Fifth Harmony Get Bold On The Cover Of Their Self-Titled Album

Mike Nied | August 8, 2017 11:32 am
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Fifth Harmony won’t let a little leak slow them down. The “Work From Home” divas have officially unveiled the cover of their upcoming album after a music store accidentally posted promotional photos from the LP ahead of schedule. As fans buzzed on Twitter regarding the leak, the girls hopped on to share a high resolution photo of the colorful cover that sees them posing under a series of pop art-inspired filters.

Their self-titled project is set to drop August 25, and it has been heralded as their most personal and genre hopping release to date. This is their first outing since Camila Cabello departed the group last year, and they seem more in control of their artistic direction than ever before. In an interview, they revealed that they co-wrote more than half of the album and have the tracks on repeat. It sounds like they have something to prove and are gunning for the top of the charts.

The ladies kicked off the era with their Gucci Mane-assisted single “Down” earlier this summer. Despite a handful of promotional performances and a neon-drenched music video the bouncy anthem has stalled outside the top 40 on the Billboard Hot 100. It may not be the explosive debut that the new quartet hoped for, but it is a decent showing nonetheless. It’s also worth noting that they have outpaced Camila’s debut solo cut “Crying in the Club” by several pegs. With another performance scheduled for the VMAs two days after their album drops, it seems safe to assume that the ladies have another successful project on their hands. Check out the cover and their official announcement below.

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