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5 Seconds of Summer performing at Sunrise on Thursday morning. Picture: Geoff Jones

5 Seconds of Summer performing at Sunrise on Thursday morning. Picture: Geoff Jones

Five Seconds of Summer have morphed into tights-wearing superheroes in their latest music video for Don't Stop.

The video was released a day after the red-hot Sydney band performed at the Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas and already has more than one million views on YouTube.

In the video, singer Luke Hemmings, 17, bassist Calum Hood, 18, guitarist Michael Clifford, 18 and drummer Ashton Irwin, 19 practise their moves inside their bedrooms before going out onto the street dressed in superhero outfits to try to do some good.

They save a cat, try to help a grandmother across the road and attempt some serious ninja kicks against the black-clad bad guys.

Fans have taken to social media to rave about the video, at one point pushing the hashtag #5sosdontstopmusicvideo to Australia' fifth highest trend on Twitter.

"This new video is awesome. I love it. Everyone should watch it!," Grace Torres writes.

"I have watched the #5sosdontstopmusicvideo 4 times today. It would be more but school got in the way sooo..." Ellie Carrera wrote.

Five Seconds of Summer's debut album will be released on July 22. The band will continue to support One Direction on their Where We Are tour.

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