5 seconds of summer

5 Seconds Of Summer have dropped new single ‘Older’ featuring Sierra Deaton.

The love ballad was produced by Michael Clifford and co-written with the band by Michael Pollack.

The song also features vocals and a co-writing credit from lead singer Luke Hemmings’ fiancée, Sierra Deaton, and is the first time that the couple have performed together.


The multi-platinum selling Australian pop-rockers’ latest offering arrives ahead of their highly anticipated fifth studio album ‘5SOS5’, due out on 23 September 2022.

Most of the record was written by the band with Michael Clifford leading on production. The full-length will include previously released tracks ‘Blender’, ’Take My Hand’, ’Me, Myself & I’ and smash hit ’COMPLETE MESS’.

Prior to the official release, 5 Seconds of Summer have announced an exclusive global livestream performance from the Royal Albert Hall in London on 22 September.

Accompanied by an orchestra and choir, the band will perform a set of reimagined versions of songs from their extensive 11-year back catalogue plus brand-new tracks from ‘5SOS5’.

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Livestream Details:

• Live: 8.30pm BST
• Rebroadcast #1: 8.30pm EDT
• Rebroadcast #2: 8.30pm PDT
• Rebroadcast #3: Friday 23 September 8.30pm AEST
• On Demand: Friday 23 September 2.00pm BST – Monday 26 September 2.00pm BST

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Since first forming back in 2011, 5 Seconds of Summer have released four albums and numerous hit singles.

They recently joined Spotify’s exclusive Billions Club with their massive single ‘Youngblood’ and have been recognized with numerous prestigious accolades, including 10 European Music awards, five ARIA awards, two MTV Video Music Awards, an American Music Award, a People’s Choice Award, two iHeartRadio Music Awards and three APRA Awards.

The band comprises of Luke Hemmings on vocals/guitar, Michael Clifford on vocals/guitar, Calum Hood on vocals/bass and Ashton Irwin on vocals/drums.

The deluxe CD and digital versions of ‘5SOS5’ will feature 19 tracks with cassette and vinyl formats also available.

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