Alim Kheraj
September 19, 2016 3:50 am
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We totally heart Fifth Harmony so much. We love that five young women aren’t afraid to raise concerns over their mental health, issues around immigration, politics, racism, and anti-bullying.

That’s not the only reason that we love 5H, though. We love Fifth Harmony because they release INSANELY catchy pop tunes. Whether it’s the wildly successful “Work From Home,” which is still one of the most watched videos on YouTube each week despite being released in February, or emotional ballads like “Write On Me,” we pretty much fan over everything the singers put out.

Now, you might remember that the five-piece released a video for their track “That’s My Girl,” which is the perfect female hype song about women fighting adversity, in support of the U.S. women’s gymnastics team just ahead of the olympics.

Well, now Fifth Harmony have released the another brand new video for “That’s My Girl” and it’s FULL of post-apocalyptic slay.

The clip sees the group become warriors all dressed in white as they fly in on helicopters to help survivors in a city (that just happens to be in the shape of a five) after what looks like an apocalyptic nightmare and it’s EPIC.

Here they are on their way to save everyone (and slay us with their lewks).

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Normani is literally saving a life.

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Look at that attitude. Whatever revolution they’re starting we wanna be part of it.

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The track, which was co-written by Tinashe, was allegedly meant to be the lead single for their new album, with the video being shot before the video for “Work From Home” back in February.

For the last week, the band have been teasing the clip via Instagram with GIFs of some fire dance movies.

Watch the full video for “That’s My Girl” below and prepare to be slayed.

“That’s My Girl” is the third single to be lifted from Fifth Harmony’s second album, 7/27. The band just wrapped up their U.S. tour.