Fifth Harmony’s Debut Album ‘Reflection’ Has Been Pushed Back (Again) To January

Bradley Stern | November 7, 2014 9:48 am

We really hate to be the bearers of bad news, Harmonizers — but you’re going to have to wait just a little bit longer for that debut album.

Fifth Harmony‘s debut record Reflection has been a long time coming ever since their run as finalists on X Factor USA in 2012, and it’s just been pushed back even further as of today — this time to January 26, 2015.

The news was just confirmed by 5H’s Camila Cabello, who tweeted an explanation of the release date shift: “hi ridiculously patient 5h fandom, we’re currently in the process of narrowing the songs down on our album and picking which ones go on. i know ur upset about the album date being pushed back :( but u guys have waited a while for this and we’re making sure it’s PERFECT for you. we’re so sorry, we love you endlessly. we’re so lucky to have you and we’ll make it up to you, promise. JANUARY 26TH. #reflection,” she wrote. ARGH!

Oh well, at least “Sledgehammer” is great. Give it some time to grow at radio, and with some luck, the BO$$ES will have another hit on the radio by the time that LP finally drops. Still, waiting’s hard to do. What do you think about the pushback? Sound off in the comments below.