Fifth Harmony Say “See You Later” With “Don't Say You Love Me” Music Video: Watch
Just when I was about to throw in the towel on them, Fifth Harmony come with a farewell music video and make us get emotional with them for one last time before the big and sad hiatus arrives (update: duh, it already arrived). The last Fifth Harmony music video, at least for a very long time, is for the song "Don't Say You Love Me", taken from the group's eponymous third studio album. This is an emotional ballad that has been given an equally emotional visual. It EVIDENTLY may not be the most high-budgeted music video in Fifth Harmony history (it looks more like something the girls had fought over with their label to get done - and were given a low budget), but it was beautifully shot and the 4 girls looked really pretty.
The "Don't Say You Love Me" music video was filmed in a white walled empty room with huge windows where the Normani, Ally, Lauren and Dinah wear gorgeous gowns and they sing along the lyrics to the ballad and serve dramatics on their faces. They will all get individual shots before getting into the group ones and lastly they will walk out the room one by one saying goodbye with their facial expressions. And it must be noted that in the scene where the door should get fully closed, the girls end up leaving it open a little bit. This must be their way of saying this is not a complete goodbye but a "see you later". Literally the door is open for a future return of Fifth Harmony.