Their success just keeps growing and with the release of their debut self-titled album last week, it was proven the sky is the limit for the four Hawkesbury lads.
5 Seconds of Summer’s album jetted straight to number one on the Australian iTunes charts last Friday.
Within the first four hours of the album’s release the band had seven of their new hits in the top 100 song charts on iTunes — taking out number one and three in the top five.
Bass and vocals, Calum Hood posted to fans in a newsletter that the band had worked hard over the last two years putting together the album.
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