Fifth Harmony’s Bodies Are a Canvas on ‘Write On Me’, Get Candid in ‘Billboard’
Fifth Harmony get introspective on "Write On Me," the third song they've shared from 7/27, their sophomore album set to drop May 27. The mid-tempo track is a departure from the flirty brio of "Work From Home" — the quintet's first Top 10 single on the Billboard Hot 100 — and party anthem "The Life," and it finds the girl group asking their beloved to...give them tattoos? Metaphorical tattoos?
The song's release came on the heels of an illuminating new Billboard profile, in which Lauren, Camila, Dinah Jane, Normani and Ally got surprisingly candid about the toll their relentless work and tour schedule has taken on each of them, and the creative restrictions they're under as members of the group formed on The X Factor.
The accompanying photos, shot by Ramona Rosales, are also stunning, though some savvy Harmonizers have pointed out a disturbing/confusing Photoshop gaffe on Twitter.
Let's take a closer look: Yeah, Ally probably wasn't born with her big toe where her pinkie toe should be.
Listen to "Write On Me" below, pick the track up on iTunes, and feel free to share your theories on the new song's meaning in the comments.
Photos: Five Years of Fifth Harmony