Fifth Harmony is saying goodbye to fans before they go into hiatus with a final music video for the track "Don't Say You Love Me."
Earlier this year, the girl group collectively made the decision to go into separate directions, in the meantime, to pursue their solo careers. Ally Brooke Hernandez, Normani Kordei, Dinah Jane Hansen, and Lauren Jauregui have been performing together since 2012.
Fifth Harmony's 'Don't Say You Love Me'
All glammed up in an abandoned building, the remaining four members of the girl group serenade their fans with the heartbreaking ballad.
"So don't say you miss me when you don't call. And don't say you're hurting without the scars," the girl sing in the chorus. "Don't promise me tonight without tomorrow, too. Don't say you love me unless you do."
Perhaps, the most memorable and symbolic part of the music video was the end when, one by one, each member of Fifth Harmony part ways and leave the building.
The release of the track follows the group's final live performance at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Florida on May 11.
thank you for everything you've done for me the past 6 years.
I dont know where I would be without you girls in my life. I cant wait for these next chapters. its definitely no goodbyes, just see you later @FifthHarmony @dinahjane97 @LaurenJauregui @Normani @AllyBrooke pic.twitter.com/U3zbFUox7Z — princess ana (@Ana5HBiebvato) May 12, 2018
"Don't Say You Love Me" is from the girl group's eponymous third studio album released last year.
Fifth Harmony Says Goodbye To Fans
At their last concert before their hiatus, Fifth Harmony capped off their North American tour with a sweet message directed to the Harmonizers, their fanbase.
"What a way to cap off 6 years together! Thanks for the memories," the official Twitter page of the group posted. "We couldn't have asked for a better final show, thank you to everyone who came out tonight! Florida, we love you! You're forever in OUR hearts."
What Is Next
While fans will not hear from Fifth Harmony in a while, new music is coming from all four members of the group. Hansen has confirmed that she is currently working on her solo album and has hinted what songs she wants to release.
"I'm hoping to influence women to embrace their insecurities and their inner sexy, " she told Hypebae. "I'm 100-percent honest with myself as I write these songs."
Her social media accounts have also turned dark which made fans assumed that her album is coming soon.
THE DJ1 ERA IS COMING DINAHSTYS YOU ALL AIN'T READY FOR DINAH JANE pic.twitter.com/eAAhkyzNIm — ♕ane (@imdinahsty) May 14, 2018
Meanwhile, Hernandez has already announced that she is heading to England to perform at the 2018 Fusion Festival in September. Other performers include Shawn Mendes, Zara Larrson, and Jax Jones. She also recently signed with Maverick/ReignDeer Entertainment as a recording artist. Kordei started her solo career early and released the chart-topping track "Love Lies." She also signed with the publishing company Stellar Songs as a songwriter way before the hiatus was announced. Finally, Jauregui is in the process of creating her solo debut. On Tuesday, May 15, she gave an update to fans and said that she has previewed her new music to her family.
Showing my family all my music rn and I'm crying cause my grandpa just started dancing to it and told me how proud he was of me and I️m just really emotional cause this feels like heaven — Lauren Jauregui (@LaurenJauregui) May 13, 2018
Watch the music video below.