Fifth Harmony’s R&B-Tinged ‘7/27’ B-Side Is Oh So “Sensitive”

fifth-harmony-sensitive

Certified bop.

Fifth Harmony are feeling extra emotional lately. Camila Cabello had to leave the stage mid-performance due to anxiety a couple weeks back, and just last week Lauren Jauregui burst into tears during the girls’ performance of “No Way,” so it’s fitting a 7/27 track left on the cutting room floor titled “Sensitive” has made its way to SoundCloud. On the mid-tempo ballad, the ladies sing about moving on from a heart-wrenching breakup.

“No question. You complete me. But two empty halves make for one empty whole. In the pit of my stomach and in the pit of my soul.”

How did “Write On Me” make the album and not this?

Listen below (Sidenote: The SoundCloud embed says June’s Diary, but the uploader was just being shady):



Thoughts? Let us know in Exhale.

And while you’re at it… leave a comment and follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram.