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5 Seconds of Summer Celebrate 10 Years Together

December 3rd marked 5 Seconds Of Summer’s 10th anniversary of the global sensation’s journey that began in 2011! To celebrate, they released the new single 2011! But the pop-rock boyband is celebrating in more than one way, and have many more surprises in reserve for fans.

Dusting off hits, albums and tours, the group brings their fans a much-appreciated gift. The band, in fact, has decided to celebrate the tenth anniversary of their debut by releasing new material. And not just a few surprises! It is not just the new single 2011, released exactly on their 10th anniversary date, but also new tour dates, and “The 5 Seconds of Summer Show,” a movie reflecting on the past decade as a band.

In addition, in order not to miss anything, the band has also decided to propose new merchandise. Besides sweaters and t-shirts, it includes branded hats, cups, keychains and bracelets.

5 Seconds of Summer New Tour dates

Luke Hemmings, Calum Hood, Ashton Irwin, Michael Clifford just announced new dates for their 2022 tour! With a post on their Instagram profile, the four Australian guys announced dates all over the world! In fact, they won’t perform only in North America, but also in Europe, United Kingdom and Australia.

The tour begins on April 3rd in Dublin, Ireland, and will continue until the end of the year. In fact, the last concert will take place in Sydney, Australia, on December 10th.

“5SOS: How Did We End Up Here Movie”

“5SOS: How Did We End Up Here Movie” is 5 Seconds of Summer new documentary. “It reflects how four normal lads from Sydney worked hard to get their dream come true, and their stories were amazing, their appreciation to their families, their hard work, their love to the fans, and when Michael got burned it broke my heart,” says the site Amazon Prime. In fact, the movie was released through Amazon’s streaming platform.

After all these 5SOS options to celebrate this anniversary, isn’t it time to release an album as well?

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