New Song: Fifth Harmony, ‘Miss Movin’ On’
Listen to Fifth Harmony’s debut single, “Miss Movin’ On.”
In March, third-place-winning “The X Factor” contestants Fifth Harmony announced they’d have a new single coming in the “next few months.” But apparently “new few months” means RIGHT THIS VERY SECOND, because the girls have just unleashed their debut track, “Miss Movin’ On,” the first single on their forthcoming debut album (deets TBA). MAZEL TOV, ladies — “Miss Movin’ On” COOKS. (Can we still say “cooks?” That’s just code for “we effing love it.”)
Listen to Fifth Harmony’s “Miss Movin’ On” after the jump.
Set to a bright, shiny, polished pop beat (think: the booming chorus of Kelly Clarkson‘s “Mr. Know It All” meets the dark and minor tones of any moody Pink song), the girls take turns singing about the end of a relationship: “I’m breaking down/ Gonna start from scratch/ Shake it off like an Etch-A-Sketch/ My lips are saying goodbye/ My eyes are finally dry.” #RIDIN’ SOLO!!
The chorus rolls around, and all five girls get in on the harmony, chanting: “My innocence is wearing thin/ But my heart is growing strong/ So call me, call me, call me/ Miss Movin’ On.” DAYUM. Except not really, cause you and I both know that at least one Fifth Harmony member (well, maybe Ally, who is of age) will be dating a dude from The Wanted or One Direction, like, next week.
+ Listen to Fifth Harmony’s “Miss Movin’ On.”
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