By Kevin Rutherford
Fifth Harmony has revealed the title — and the album artwork, because they like getting most things out of the way at once — for their upcoming album.
The group announced today (Aug. 14) that the album, their debut full-length, will be titled Reflection.
Reflection will be the first full album of material from the five-piece girl group, which formed as part of the U.S. edition of The X Factor in 2012. Fifth Harmony dropped an EP, Better Together, last October that included debut single “Miss Movin’ On.”
The lead single from Reflection is “Bo$$,” which has already proven sturdier than its predecessor, peaking just outside the top 40 on the Billboard Hot 100.
The cover includes all five ladies mid-walk toward the camera, seen below as part of the group’s initial tweet about it on their Twitter account.
Reflection does not yet have a release date but is expected sometime in 2014. The album is getting a release via Epic and Syco, the latter the British label owned by Simon Cowell.