Get ready Harmonizers, because Fifth Harmony are officially revving up for album number two. On Thursday (Feb. 25), the "Worth It" group announced their sophomore album, 7/27 along with its release date, album cover and lead single "Work from Home."
After rumors about #5H2 flew wild around the Internet, Fifth Harmony themselves decided to clear the air on Twitter, announcing 7/27 offically. The album is due for release on May 20, with the lead single "Work From Home" coming on Friday (Feb. 26). Along with the due dates, 5H also showed off the album's artwork, which features the five-piece on a desert road with a black car in the background.
We know there has been a lot of talk, but we wanted you to hear this from us…
— Fifth Harmony (@FifthHarmony) February 25, 2016
#WorkFromHome coming Feb. 26th Our new album 7/27 is coming May 20th.https://t.co/PD47gIzM72 — Fifth Harmony (@FifthHarmony) February 25, 2016
So, why 7/27, especially when the album comes out on May 20? Longtime fans of Fifth Harmony will know the answer: the band was formed on July 27 on X Factor US after they initially auditioned as solo artists.
— 5HonTour (@5HonTour) February 25, 2016
Cue all sorts of nostalgic love.
7/27 will be Fifth Harmony's second studio album, following the release of their debut Reflection, which dropped in January 2015. Reflection helped to launch the girls' career with the hook-filled singles "Boss," "Sledgehammer" and "Worth It."