2019 American Music Awards

Fifth Harmony Shares 'Angel' From Upcoming New Album

Harmonizers, get excited because Fifth Harmony are back with the latest song for their forthcoming self-titled album.

On Thursday (Aug. 10) the girl group shared “Angel,” the second track to be released off their new record to follow up “Down," which was the first song from the group since former-member Camila Cabello's departure.

The instant grat track feels like a different direction for 5H with slowed down, hip-hop-influenced production featuring a heavy bass beneath the band’s harmonies -- a bit harder than their more recent releases. As they boldly croon, “Who said I was an angel?” it still carries their classic confidence on the chorus as they unite to sing, “When you look at me, what do you see? Open your eyes, I’m more brilliant than you’ll ever be.”

Listen to “Angel” below.


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