By Dana Getz
Updated May 05, 2016 at 06:30 PM EDT

Fifth Harmony have added another bop to their burgeoning list of summer bangers. The girl group took to Twitter Thursday to share “Write On Me,” the third single to come from their forthcoming 7/27 album.

Though tamer than the previously released “Work from Home” and “The Life,” the new single is similarly anthemic, pairing simple snaps and a soaring, sing-along hook. “Write on me, color outside the lines. Love the way you tat me up, baby take your time,” they sing over a swaying beat.

7/27 is due out May 27. The five-piece have remained relatively quiet on what the new record will bring, but told EW having a slower cut was key. “We talk about topics from love to heartbreak to confusion about someone. The main thing for all of us was having a ballad, a slower song,” Camila Cabello said. “Finally, they get to hear more of a vulnerable side to us! We didn’t really have that in [our debut album] Reflection, and that’s something we all fought for.”

Listen to “Write On Me” below.