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Fifth Harmony is quickly becoming one of the most consistent pop acts in music, with three albums released over as many years. The group's latest, a self-titled project, comes as the first since ex-member Camila Cabello left in December of 2016.

At 10 tracks, Fifth Harmony builds on the group's undeniable knack for melody, with the recently released "Angel" and "Down" featuring Gucci Mane setting the table for what listeners can expect.

5H member Lauren Jauregui recently spoke with Complex's own Alexa Shouneyia about how the group was able to create while also dealing with socio-political issues around the country. "We all went through a transformative moment where we got connected with ourselves and really woke up," she explained. "We were like, 'OK, we need to be happy. We need to sing.'"

She added: "We have a song called 'Bridges' on the album that alludes to everything going on right now and how we feel about it. It’s a really powerful message of positivity."

You can stream/download Fifth Harmony's new self-titled album on iTunes/Apple Music. You can also check it out below via Spotify.