If memories last a lifetime, you might have to start drawing from your reserves — Fifth Harmony, who announced a hiatus in March, appear to say their final goodbyes in a new video for "Don't Say You Love Me," which was unexpectedly released early Friday (May 18).

The track, off of the group's eponymous 2017 album, laments a relationship that seems like artifice, and the video is similarly gloomy, yet wistful.

"So don't say you miss me when you don't call / And don't say you're hurting without the scars / Don't promise me tonight without tomorrow too / Don't say you love me unless you do, unless you do," the ladies croon in the clip above as they each — dressed in luxury gowns — dance, awash in a loft's natural light.

By the end of the video, each 5H member —  Lauren JauregiDinah JaneNormani Kordei and Ally Brooke — has walked out of a door. And in a final image, a fluorescent light with four appendages suddenly goes dark.

The girls tweeted from their joint account on May 11 — after their final scheduled show together — that they were eternally grateful for fans' support over the years.

"We couldn’t have asked for a better final show, thank you to everyone who came out tonight! Florida, we love you! You’re forever in OUR hearts," they wrote, adding two days later: "What a way to cap off 6 years together! Thanks for the memories."

And, upon posting the "Don't Say You Love Me" video, they tweeted "Thank you for an incredible journey. We love you, Harmonizers!"

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