Amidst the news about breaking up, Fifth Harmony came out strong when the latest updates about their new music video had surfaced. The all-girl group is set to release their new song on Feb. 26.

CEO of Epic Records, L.A. Reid, has finally confirmed that a new single is coming on Feb. 26 under the sophomore album unofficially titled 5H2, Music and Lyrics reports. According to the website, Reid’s follower asked him when will the single be released, in which he simply answered “Feb. 26.”

Ally Brooke, Dinah Jane, Normani Kordei, Camila Cabello and Lauren Jauregui were at the headlines last time for the music video of their rumored new song “She’s My Girl.” The location was shot in California desert which has rumored to be inspired by the movie “Mad Max.”

This report might debunk the gossip about the group parting ways soon. Notably, “Reflection” was just released a year ago, but amidst that, the hearsays continued to invade the Internet.

The issue started when Camila Cabello and her collaborative work with Shawn Mendes for the song “I Know What You Did Last Summer” was released. Some Harmonizers had a theory that this is the beginning of Cabello journey as a solo artist.

Cabello quickly slammed the rumor, saying that the song was merely and accident that turned out to be good.

More than that, Normani Kordei is said to be getting tired of being outshined by the Latina. As a result, Kordei allegedly wants to step out of the group as well. She did not confirm nor deny the news, but she said that they have plans of separation but not very soon.

“In the beginning, we all had intentions of pursuing solo careers. I’m still an individual, as well as the others, meaning we have slightly different visions and aspirations,” Kordei told Cliche magazine.