AceShowbiz - Fifth Harmony has surprised fans with another music video. After getting wild and sexy in "He Like That" video, the group channels their inner divas in the new glamor visuals for "Deliver". Directed by David Camarena, the clip has old Hollywood theme, complete with perfect 1920s jazz lounge vibes.
It sees Ally Brooke, Normani Kordei, Dinah Jane Hansen and Lauren Jauregui donning elegant black dresses and gloves as well as retro hairstyles while performing the sultry song behind old-school microphones. They ooze classic girl group vibes as they synchronize their moves while showcasing their vocal prowess.
Dinah Jane previously said of the song, "It's the kinda song for when you're getting down with your man. It's the direction and lane we were trying to touch. Definitely giving you Mariah Carey vibes, '90s vibes, real R&B--it takes you there."
Meanwhile, Lauren shared that the track is her personal favorite. "It's super Destiny's Child and it gives you good soul and harmonies. The melodies are crazy and the concept it awesome. It bounces and it's super clever," she explained. "We definitely wanted to take on the R&B sound, because that's how we all identify as vocalists. The emotion of R&B sounds as well is something we all love."
"Deliver" is one of the group's new tracks off their latest self-titled album "Fifth Harmony". The effort marks their first project as a quartet since Camila Cabello's departure. They recently shared that their new music is a rebirth. "I feel like we got our power back and we learned to love music again," Normani told ET. "Because, you know, it reflects out voices and we say everything that we wanna be able to say and we know how we want it to sound."
"And we know that in 10 years, it'll mean what it means now to us. It's still special and it's something that we will be forever be proud of," Ally added. "A rebirth and a continuation [at the] same time. Definitely a rebirth and the really amazing thing is that we have such an incredible bond with the four of us and we're definitely like sisters. So it's really such a special experience. I can't really describe it."