Fifth Harmony Debut New Songs "Reflection", "Over" & "Going Nowhere" In Concert: Watch
Fifth Harmony opened for Austin Mahone at the first concert of the teen pop star’s new US summer tour at his hometown of San Antonio, Texas. Other opening acts for Austin Mahone will be Vine star Shawn Mendes performing his breakthrough song "Life of the Party" as well as British boyband The Vamps, both on select dates. At the San Antonio concert on Friday, July 25th, the girls of Fifth Harmony performed a 9-song setlist that included three brand new tracks from their forthcoming full-length debut studio album, set to impact in stores in the Fall via Epic Records.
The 3 new songs Fifth Harmony debuted were: “Reflection” - for which we posted an exclusive rehearsals video the other day, "Over" and "Going Nowhere". Check out below the full Fifth Harmony setlist for the remaining of their tour with Austin Mahone.
- Chandelier (Sia cover)
- Miss Movin' On
- Better Together
- We Know
- Going Nowhere
- Me & My Girls
I’m so mad at Fifth Harmony and Epic Records! How could they allow Epic to release “Boss” as their first full-length debut album single? I know the song is sassy, and it’s easy to like, but it ain’t no first single material. It ain't strong enough. (As of this post, "Boss" is at #69 on iTunes!!) Why am I more mad? Because Fifth Harmony had recorded better songs than "Boss" and we only find out today! Either “Reflection”, "Over" or "Going Nowhere" would have been better first singles.
“Reflection" and "Going Nowhere" are similar in sound (they were probably produced by the same producer). Very energetic pop music songs, upbeat, with just a little dose of urban elements to add extra sassiness, and with outstanding, sing-along hooks. Both songs are man-bashing anthems (OK...). As for "Over", it’s a mid-tempo pop ballad, again with a fantastic chorus, whose lyrics talk about how Fifth Harmony don’t want the party to end and how they don’t want to get older. This is our new youth anthem!