Fifth Harmony
Fifth Harmony will be performing their newest single, “Down,” on “Good Morning America” on Friday, June 2. Pictured: Fifth Harmony People's Choice Awards 2017 in Los Angeles on Jan. 18, 2017. Reuters/Danny Moloshok

Fifth Harmony just released their first single, “Down,” without Camila Cabello.

Prior to the official release of “Down” on Thursday, June 1, Ally Brooke Hernandez, Normani Kordei, Lauren Jauregui and Dinah Jane first teased their new single via social media. On the group’s official Instagram account, they shared a photo of the four of them standing in front of a “Down” backdrop. According to People, the group will be giving “Down” its television debut on Friday, June 2 on “Good Morning America.”

Last year, Cabello decided to leave the group to pursue a solo career in music. Since then, the remaining members of the all-girl ensemble focused on recording and releasing new tracks that they hope will be as impactful as their songs when they were still complete.

Read: Fifth Harmony teases new song without Camila Cabello

In May, Kordei opened up to the same publication about their upcoming songs and album. According to the “Dancing With the Stars” Season 24 semifinalist, this is the first time in years that she really connected to their tracks. “We’re not the same people we were a year ago. We’re not even the same people we were two months ago. You’ll hear our growth and maturity reflected in the music we’re creating. We’ve been working really hard. And this is the first time personally that I’ve vibed out and turned on Fifth Harmony on my own because I love the songs so much. We’ve literally been vibing out to our own album,” she told People.

Meanwhile, Cabello, 20, left Fifth Harmony weeks after the music video for “Bad Things,” featuring Machine Gun Kelly, was released. Following her decision to leave the group, the remaining members of Fifth Harmony released a statement saying that they have been informed through Cabello’s rep that she has decided to quit.

Rumors then circulated that Cabello didn’t inform Jane, Hernandez, Jauregui and Kordei about her decision to depart from the group prior to her exit. But in September of last year, the singer wasn’t able to finish her performances in St. Louis, Missouri when she suffered from an anxiety attack. Prior to their performance, Cabello tweeted about her exhaustion and said that she just wants to sleep for a few days.