Fifth Harmony is getting ready to release their sophomore album 7/27 by unveiling the very first single off the album entitled “Work From Home.” While the hype is on, members of the all-girl group revealed that the tracks are sort of “eclectic and “ethnic.”
Normani Kordei, Ally Brooke, Dinah Jane, Camila Cabello and Lauren Jauregui had a discussion with regards to the upcoming album on ET. The sophomore material, which will be officially launched on May 20.
According to Jane, “[It’s] a snippet of what’s to come for this new era for Fifth Harmony.” The singer added that their past album “Reflection” was their inspiration in creating the second one.
“We kind of took the time to ourselves throughout that past year and we incorporated our experiences and what we’ve gone through – heartbreak, love, everything…” she added. The website also claimed that the lady described 7/27 as “diverse, ethnic and eclectic.”
As for Fifth Harmony’s “Work From Home” music video, Jane also added that the making of the clip was quite exhausting because they need to retape their individual scenes around 40 times per member. “It was kind of distracting,” she joked.
“They kinda know some of the things that go on in our day to day lives, as well. They definitely write and make the records with us and our personalities in mind,” the Latina member Cabello added, referring to the team behind the music clip, Max Martin and Jack Antonoff.
“We have an amazing relationship with the songwriters and the producers, so even outside of the studio we get the opportunity to really hone in on what we wanna talk about,” Kordei explained.
Fifth Harmony appears to be on the verge of success despite split rumors. Notably, two of the members- Cabello and Kordei– have been intrigued to be stepping out of the group to carve their own name in the music industry.
However, Kordei explained on Cliche that yes, they all have plans for solo careers but that will be done when the group became ever more successful.