5 Seconds Of Summer Share New Single “Old Me”

Today marks the premiere of “Old Me,” the introspective new single from 5 Seconds of Summer (5SOS). A falsetto-laced reflection on growth and forgiveness, the track is the latest release from 5SOS’s new album C A L M, due out via Interscope Records…


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Posted on February 21, 2020

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Today marks the premiere of “Old Me, the introspective new single from 5 Seconds of Summer (5SOS). A falsetto-laced reflection on growth and forgiveness, the track is the latest release from 5SOS’s new album C A L M, due out via Interscope Records on March 27. Listen to “Old Me” HERE.
Says lead vocalist Luke Hemmings, “Old me carries a youthful spirit and follows the narrative of a young persons life growing up, for better or for worse. Every decision we made, whether right or wrong, has led us to the men we are proud to be today. We were thrown into the public eye at a young age and gratefully had each other at a confusing time. Sometimes it’s important we look back in order to appreciate the journey we’ve been on together.”
5SOS’s fourth studio album and first full-length for Interscope, C A L M is available for pre-order from all digital retailers HERE. Those who pre-order the album will instantly receive “Old Me” along with the previously released singles “Easier,” “Teeth,” and “No Shame.” Check out the teaser trailer for C A L M HERE, and see below for the complete tracklist.
Earlier this year, 5SOS announced the North American leg of their upcoming No Shame 2020 Tour, which will kick off with a trio of dates in Mexico this August. With the first U.S. show taking place on August 19 at Fillmore Auditorium in Denver, the headline run includes dates at Huntington Band Pavilion at Northerly Island in Chicago (August 26), Boston’s Rockland Trust Bank Pavilion (September 2), and FivePoint Amphitheatre in Irvine, California (September 23). Tickets are on sale HERE, and those who purchase a ticket will receive a physical copy of C A L M. See below for the full tour itinerary.
The only band (not vocal group) in chart history to see its first three studio albums enter the Billboard 200 at No. 1, 5SOS have sold more than 9.6 million equivalent album units and sold over two million concert tickets worldwide, with cumulative streams of their songs now surpassing seven billion. In addition, they’ve earned a number of prestigious accolades over the years, including an American Music Award, a People’s Choice Award, two iHeartRadio Music Awards, eight MTV European Music Awards, five ARIA Awards, two APRA, and two MTV Video Music Awards.
Tracklist for C A L M by 5SOS
1. Red Desert
2. No Shame
3. Old Me
4. Easier
5. Teeth
6. Wildflower
7. Best Years
8. Not In The Same Way
9. Lover Of Mine
10. Thin White Lies
11. Lonely Heart
12. High
North American dates for the No Shame 2020 Tour:
August 12 Mexico City, MX  Sports Palace
August 14 Guadalajara, MX  Auditorio Telmex
August 15 Monterrey, MX   Auditorio Citibanamex
August 19 Denver, CO   Fillmore Auditorium
August 21 Indianapolis, IN   The Amphitheater at White River State Park
August 22 Detroit, MI   Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre at Freedom Hill
August 23 Toronto, ON   Budweiser Stage
August 25 Minneapolis, MN  The Armory
August 26 Chicago, IL   Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island
August 28 Washington, DC   The Anthem
August 29 Uncasville, CT   Mohegan Sun Arena
September 2 Boston, MA   Rockland Trust Bank Pavilion
September 3 Gilford, NH   Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion
September 5 Holmdel, NJ   PNC Bank Arts Center
September 6 Allentown, PA   Allentown Fair
September 9 Atlanta, GA   Coca-Cola Roxy
September 10 Jacksonville, FL   Daily’s Place
September 12 Charlotte, NC   Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre
September 13 Nashville, TN   Ascend Amphitheater
September 15 Irving, TX   The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
September 17 The Woodlands, TX  Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
September 21 Phoenix, AZ   Arizona Federal Theatre (formerly Comerica Theatre)
September 23 Irvine, CA   FivePoint Amphitheatre
September 26 Concord, CA   Concord Pavilion
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