Right popsters, Fifth Harmony‘s 7/27 world tour touches down in the UK this October.
So to get you prepped well in advance, we’ve created the ultimate Fifth Harmony playlist in anticipation of their undoubtedly epic shows to come. Take a listen below
1. Work From Home is one of their biggest songs of the year and has over 700 million views on YouTube, so it’s kind of a big deal. It also borrows from Daniel Bedingfield’s epic hit Gotta Get Through This.
2. All In My Head is one of our new favourites thanks to its summer reggae vibe. New rap artist Fetty Wap also features, so obviously it’s bloody brilliant.
3. Worth It was a mega hit for the band, and packs a girl power filled punch with its catchy beat and sax sample. If this doesn’t make you want to dance, nothing will.
4. BOSS is an old favourite of ours with some inspiring lyrics to boot, “Dreams don’t work unless you do”. Very wise, ladies.
5. Sledgehammer is one of the emotional songs in the Reflection record, showing off their softer side and also, some impressive vocals. It compares the deep emotion of a crush to being hit with a sledgehammer. It has nothing to do with Peter Gabriel or Rihanna (or for that matter, Star Trek).
6. Banger alert! Fun fact: Write On Me was co-produced by Kygo, so as you might expect, it has a tropical house-inspired vibe.
7. Miss Movin’ On was the debut single from Fifth Harmony, released only six months after their time on the USA series of X Factor. It made it to 86 on the hot billboard charts (but should have gone higher, if you ask us).