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5 Seconds of Summer
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5 Seconds of Summer backstage during their 2014 UK tour. From left to right: Luke Hemmings, Michael Clifford, Calum Hood, and Ashton Irwin.
Background information
Also known as 5SOS
Origin Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Years active 2011–present
Labels Capitol
Associated acts
  • Michael Clifford
  • Luke Hemmings
  • Calum Hood
  • Ashton Irwin

5 Seconds of Summer (commonly abbreviated as 5SOS) is an Australian pop punk/pop rock/power pop band.[1][2][4] Formed in Sydney in 2011, the band consists of Luke Hemmings (lead vocals, guitar), Michael Clifford (guitar, vocals), Calum Hood (bass guitar, vocals), and Ashton Irwin (drums, vocals).[5] The group were originally YouTube celebrities, posting videos of themselves covering songs from various artists throughout 2011. The group gained a small following in 2012 after posting a series of cover versions of popular songs on YouTube. They rose to international fame while touring with One Direction on the Take Me Home Tour.

The group has been referred to as a boy band in the media though the members reject this description.[6][7][8][9][10] In February 2014, the band released "She Looks So Perfect" worldwide as its debut single, which topped the charts in Australia, New Zealand, Ireland and the United Kingdom. The self-titled debut studio album was released in June 2014, which peaked #1 in 11 countries, which was followed by a live album titled LIVESOS, which was released in December of that year.


2011–12: Origin and debut

5 Seconds of Summer at their EP launch gig at The Metro Theatre on 25 November 2012

5 Seconds of Summer began in December 2011 when Luke Hemmings, Michael Clifford and Calum Hood, who all attended Norwest Christian College, started posting videos of themselves performing covers of popular songs together on Hemmings' YouTube channel. Hemmings' first video, a cover of Mike Posner's "Please Don't Go", was posted on 3 February 2011.[11] Their cover of Chris Brown's "Next to You" received over 600,000 hits.[12] In December 2011, they were joined by drummer Ashton Irwin,[13] and the four-man line up was completed.[14]

The band attracted interest from major music labels and publishers, and signed a publishing deal with Sony ATV Music Publishing.[15] Despite having had no promotion apart from on Facebook and Twitter,[15] their first music release, an EP entitled Unplugged, reached number 3 on the iTunes chart in Australia[15] and the Top 20 in both New Zealand and Sweden. Their international following increased significantly once again when One Direction member Louis Tomlinson posted the link to their YouTube video of their song "Gotta Get Out", stating that he'd been a fan of 5 Seconds of Summer "for a while".[16] 5 Seconds of Summer were once again the subject of interest for One Direction following the release of their first single, "Out of My Limit", on 19 November 2012, this time with Niall Horan tweeting the link to the video clip.[17]

5 Seconds of Summer spent the second half of 2012 writing and developing their sound with Christian Lo Russo and Joel Chapman of Australian band Amy Meredith, with whom they wrote two of the songs that feature on the Somewhere New EP: "Beside You" and "Unpredictable". The EP was also co-produced by Joel Chapman. 5 Seconds of Summer released their first single "Out of My Limit" on 19 November 2012, with the video clip for the song receiving over 100,000 views within the first 24 hours.[18] In December 2012, the boys embarked on a songwriting trip to London, where they wrote with various artists including McFly,[19] Roy Stride of Scouting for Girls, Nick Hodgson of Kaiser Chiefs,[20] Jamie Scott,[21] Jake Gosling, Steve Robson and James Bourne of Busted.[22]

2013–present: 5 Seconds of Summer and LIVESOS

On 14 February 2013, it was announced that 5 Seconds of Summer would support One Direction on their worldwide Take Me Home Tour.[23] The tour kicked off at the O2 Arena in London on 23 February 2013, and 5 Seconds of Summer joined One Direction for shows in the UK, US, Australia and New Zealand, including seven shows at Allphones Arena in 5 Seconds of Summer's home town of Sydney.[24] Whilst on a break from the Take Me Home Tour, 5 Seconds of Summer returned home to Australia where they played a National headlining tour, with all dates selling out within minutes. It was around this time when the band began to gain popularity and become more well-known.[25] On 21 November 2013, the band announced that they had signed to Capitol Records.[26]

On 5 February 2014, 5 Seconds of Summer listed their debut major label single "She Looks So Perfect" for pre-order on the iTunes Store.[27]

5 Seconds of Summer performing at the Enmore Theatre in Sydney, Australia on 30 April 2014

The connection between 5SOS and One Direction extends to both artists being managed by London-based Modest Management. This has led to 5SOS being called a boy band in the media.[6] Members of the band have said the group is not a boy band.[28] Unlike many boy bands, they write their own songs, play their own instruments, and they are not primarily a dance group.[29] Nevertheless, the band has attracted a fanatical following of girls much like other boy bands.[30] Ashton Irwin has compared the band's female following to Fall Out Boy which also has a sizable female fanbase. John Feldmann, frontman of Goldfinger and producer on 5 Seconds of Summer, attributes 5 Seconds of Summer's fanbase to "a fundamental change in the pop punk demo[graphic]", mentioning the gradual demographic shift away from the majority male audiences of early 1990s pop punk acts such as Blink-182 and Green Day.[31]

In late March 2014, "She Looks So Perfect" was released in UK. Despite only one day on top in the British iTunes store and ending its week in the lower end of the top 10, 5 Seconds of Summer became only the fourth Australian band to have a UK number-one single, and the first to do so in 14 years.[32] In the following week's chart the song dropped to number 10, which was the biggest drop from number one since McFly's ""Baby's Coming Back"/"Transylvania" fell from number one to number 20, also in its second week on the UK chart.

On 5 March 2014, it was announced that 5 Seconds of Summer would join One Direction again, supporting them on their 2014 Where We Are Tour in the US, Canada, UK and Europe.[33] On 9 April 2014, the She Looks So Perfect EP debuted at number 2 on the Billboard 200.[34]

On 9 May, they released their second single, "Don't Stop". It debuted at Number 2 on the UK Singles Chart, 3,000 behind Ella Henderson's "Ghost".[35] Billboard said 'In the vein of Green Day's "She" and Blink-182's "All The Small Things," "Don't Stop" is 5SOS' bid for a deceptively charming pop-punk anthem, with lyrics that are stickily sweet in their awkward flirtatiousness. The bridge could be more polished, but that hook is a highlight of the whole album'.[36] It peaked at 1 in 4 countries and was in the top 10 for 8 countries overall.

On 13 May 2014, the band announced that their debut self-titled album, would be released on 27 June 2014 in Europe and Australia with other releases coming later. The album won a Kerrang! award; Luke Hemmings said it was a real honour to win one, as all the band's idols are in Kerrang!.[37] The album debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Chart and peaked at No. 1 in 13 countries as well as the Top 10 in 26 countries.

On 15 July 2014, the band released their third single, "Amnesia", which was the only song not written by the band members themselves, but by Benji and Joel Madden of Good Charlotte, the American pop rock band. Billboard said of the track 'With a surprisingly affecting vocal performance and the most searing lyrics on the album, new single "Amnesia" establishes itself as 5 Seconds of Summer's successful Serious Pose. Taking older listeners back to the relative heartache of dissolving high school romance, "Amnesia" demonstrates the versatility of 5SOS, and one wonders why it's buried at the end of the group's debut album'[36]

It was announced on 22 November 2014 that the band would release their first live album, LIVESOS, on 15 December 2014.

Hi Or Hey Records

On 27 January 2014, 5SOS announced that they would be setting up their own label, Hi Or Hey Records.[38]

On the Hi Or Hey Records website, the band explained that not only would they be releasing all of their music through Hi Or Hey Records in conjunction with Capitol Records, but they would also be signing a roster of their own bands and releasing them via the label.[39]

On 24 March 2015, the label signed pop rock band Hey Violet.[40]

Musical style and influences

5 Seconds of Summer's musical style has been described as both pop rock[1] and pop punk.[2] They cite McFly, Blink-182, All Time Low, Mayday Parade, Green Day, Boys Like Girls and Busted as their influences.[41][42]

Band members

Luke Hemmings of 5SOS
Luke Hemmings
Michael Clifford of 5SOS
Michael Clifford
Calum Hood of 5SOS
Calum Hood
Ashton Irwin of 5SOS
Ashton Irwin



Opening act


  • Mini Australian Tour (2012)
  • Twenty Twelve Tour[46] (June 2012)
  • First New Zealand Show[47] (3 November 2012)
  • Pants Down Tour (2013) (Australia)
  • UK Tour[48] (February & March 2014)
  • 5 Countries 5 Days European Tour[49] (March & April 2014) (Sweden, Germany, France, Italy & Spain)
  • Stars, Stripes and Maple Syrup Tour (April 2014) (North America)
  • There's No Place Like Home Tour (May 2014) (Australia)[50]
  • Rock Out with Your Socks Out Tour (May - September 2015) (UK, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, USA, Canada)[51][52][53]

Awards, nominations, and accolades

Year Award Category Result
2013 MTV Awards Buzzworthy's Favorite Breakthrough Band[54] Won[54]
Channel V Oz Artist Award[55] Won
2014 4Music Video Honours[56] Best Breakthrough Won
American Music Awards New Artist of the Year Won
ARIA Music Awards Best Group Nominated
Best Pop Release
Breakthrough Artist
Song of the Year - "She Looks So Perfect" Won
Billboard Mid-Year Music Awards Breakout Star Won
Capital Loves Awards[57] Best Group Nominated
Capital's 2014 Breaker Won
Best Single for "She Looks So Perfect"
Capricho Awards[58] Revelação Internacional (International Revelation) Won
Channel V Oz Artist Award Won
Kerrang! Awards Best International Newcomer presented by Troxy Won[59]
Most Played Songs Online Awards[60] Favorite Pop Group Won
MTV Europe Music Awards[61] Artist on the Rise Won
Best Australia & New Zealand Act
Best Australian Act
Best New Artist
Best Pop Artist Nominated
Best Push Act Won
Biggest Fans Nominated
Best Worldwide Act
MTV Video Music Awards[62] Artist to Watch - "She Looks So Perfect" Nominated
Best Lyric Video - "Don't Stop" Won
MuchMusic Video Awards[63] International Video of the Year – Group - "She Looks So Perfect" Nominated
Neox Fan Awards[64] Best New Act of the Year Nominated
Nickelodeon Australian Kids' Choice Awards[65] Aussies' Fave Hot New Talent Won
Rockbjörnen[66] Årets utländska låt (Best Foreign Song) Nominated
Rock Sound Readers' Poll[67] Best International Newcomer Won
Best Rock Sound Cover
Worst International Band Nominated
Most Improved Band
Rollers Music Awards Best Ballad of the Year - "Amnesia"
Best Teen Group
Best New Group Won
Shorty Awards[68] Band Nominated
Teen Choice Awards[69] Choice Music: Break-Up Song - "Amnesia" Won[70]
Choice Music: Group Nominated
Choice Music: Song – Group - "She Looks So Perfect" Nominated
Choice Music: Breakout Group Won
Choice Summer: Music Group Won
Choice Music: Song – Group - "She Looks So Perfect" Nominated
Teen Icon Awards[71] Icon of the Year Nominated
Iconic Band Nominated
TA-DAH Nominated
Iconic Book - "Hey, Let's Make a Band!" Nominated
Iconic Transformation - Michael Clifford Nominated
Iconic Music Video - "Don't Stop" Won
Telehit Awards[72] Most Popular Video - "Don't Stop" Won
Boyband of the Year Nominated
TRL Awards[73] Best Artist from the World Nominated
Best New Artist Nominated
Best Fans for 5SOS fam Nominated
We Love Pop Awards Best Band Nominated
Best Newcomer Nominated
Best Fandom for 5SOS fam Nominated
Best Summer Anthem - "She Looks So Perfect" Nominated
Fittest Boy on the Planet - Ashton Irwin Nominated
Fittest Boy on the Planet - Calum Hood Nominated
Fittest Boy on the Planet - Luke Hemmings Nominated
Fittest Boy on the Planet - Michael Clifford Nominated
Nicest Pop Star - Ashton Irwin Nominated
2015 Brit Awards International Group[74] Nominated
NME Awards[75] Worst Band Won
People's Choice Awards[76] Favorite Breakout Artist Won
Pollstar Awards[77] Best New Touring Artist Nominated
Sugarscape Twitter Awards[78] Funniest Celebrity Tweeter - @michael5SOS Won
Most Inspirational Tweeter - @ashton5SOS Nominated
Biggest Celebrity Fangirl/boy - @michael5SOS
PopCrush Fan Choice Awards[79] Artist of the Year
Best Live Performer
Best New Artist Won
Song of the Year - "She Looks So Perfect" Nominated
Album of the Year - 5 Seconds of Summer
Video of the Year - "Amnesia"
Best Twitter Star - Michael Clifford
Best Instagram Star - Ashton Irwin
Best Cover Song - "What I Like About You"
JIM Awards[80] Best International Band
MYX Music Awards[81] Favorite International Video - "Don't Stop"
Kids' Choice Awards[82] Favorite Aussie/Kiwi Music Act Won
Aussie/Kiwi's Favorite Fan Army - 5SOSFAM
Favourite New Artist Nominated
APRA Awards (Australia)[83] Breakthrough Songwriter of the Year Won
Most Played Australian Work - "She Looks So Perfect" Nominated
Pop Work of the Year - "She Looks So Perfect"
Radio Disney Music Awards[84] Best Music Group Nominated
Most Talked About Artist
iHeartRadio Music Awards[85] Best Fan Army - 5sosfam[86] Won
Shorty Awards[87] Band Nominated
Musician - Calum Hood
Billboard Music Awards[88] Top New Artist
Top Duo/Group
Most Played Songs Online Awards[89] Favorite Pop Group
Favorite Chart Topper Song - "Don't Stop"
Favorite Mellow Song - "Amnesia" Won
MTV Italian Music Awards[90] Best Band Nominated
Artist Saga
Teen Choice Awards[91] Choice Music Group: Male Pending
Choice Male Hottie
Choice Song: Group - "What I Like About You"


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