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Watch Fifth Harmony Get (Temporary) Tattoos In The Video For New Song 'Write On Me’

Somebody needs to tell them about ink poisoning

Fifth Harmony have offered up a third new song from their upcoming album 7/27, and it takes things in a decidedly chiller direction.

“Write On Me” blends acoustic guitar chords with tropical synths, swapping out big beats for finger-snaps and tambourines. The video sees the group coming to life from pencil drawings and then drawing on their own wrists. “Write on me/Color outside the lines,” they sing at the chorus into old-timey microphones.

The song follows “Work From Home” and “The Life” in the rollout for 7/27, which will be out May 27. Hear “Write On Me" via its black-and-white visual below.