Fifth Harmony score their highest UK chart position.

US girl group Fifth Harmony have achieved their highest peak of #2 on the Official UK Singles Chart with their lead single from ‘7/27′, ‘Work From Home.’

The girl band anthem has climbed from #23 to #2 in the space of five weeks, only to be held back from the top spot by Mike Posner’s hit single, ‘I Took a Pill in Ibiza’ which spends it’s third week at number one.

This position has beaten their previous peak of #3 which was achieved by their worldwide hit ‘Worth It’ in Summer 2015.

The accompanying music video for the track has also became the fastest video by a girl group to become VEVO certified. (It took just 34 days!) They also beat their own title as ‘Worth It’ was the previous video to hold this record.

Check out the music video below!

The group also released a promotional track from their album named ‘The Life’ on March 24th which was penned by RnB singer Tinashe. The song peaked within the top 100 of the UK Charts during the first week of release, despite having no promotion.

Be sure to check out Fifth Harmony’s second album ‘7/27‘ which includes the tracks ‘Work From Home’ and ‘The Life’ when it drops on May 20th!

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Written by CelebMix