Get ready, Harmonizers! 5H talk about their new era and we are dead proud of them

Friday was a big day for Harmonizers as Fifth Harmony released the stunning new single and accompanying music video for ‘Work From Home’ but that’s just the beginning for the girls.

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Chatting with Billboard in an interview to promote their upcoming album, ‘7/27’, the girls talked about the fact that they had more creative control this time.

“Decision-making, and we had a direction on this album genre-wise. I feel like before we were still defining Fifth Harmony’s sound and figuring out where we wanted to go. I feel like this one is more edgy. I describe it as a ‘new era’ for Fifth Harmony. For us to finally release this little secret of ours is exciting.”

The album is also influenced a lot by the group’s mixed ethnicities, with Dinah Jane saying: “This album definitely shows our ethnicities. I’m an island girl, from the Pacific Islands. I’m Polynesian, a mix of everything, Tongan, Samoan, Danish. Everyone always thought of me as being African-American or Latin, and I love that, but I’m glad I can bring a little island to this album. With the new music, we were giving it a little reggae vibe with the beats — that represented me. And we all love it.”

We are so fricking excited for the girls’ new album! How about you?Tweet us @maximumpop how you’re feeling about the girls’ new era.

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