Fifth Harmony Power Through Heartbreak in New 'Don't Say You Love Me' Video: Watch

Before Fifth Harmony parts ways indefinitely, the four-piece girl group has released one last music video before their hiatus. The dramatic visual for "Don't Say You Love Me," released Friday (May 18), features Lauren Jauregui, Normani, Ally Brooke and Dinah Jane serenading a "close but inconsistent" lover.

Dressed in angelic gowns, the women dance and sing together in an empty and contrastingly run-down warehouse. They passionately and emotionally belt out the lovelorn ballad, until the song reaches its end and we see each member sorrowfully walk out of the door.

"Don't Say You Love Me" comes from Fifth Harmony's self-titled third studio album, which was released last August. The release of the visual follows the group's last live performance (for now) in Florida on May 11.

Watch the "Don't Say You Love Me" video below.

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