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Calum Hood And Michael Clifford Learn The Whip/Nae Nae, Prove It Should Stay Dead

Calum Hood and Michael Clifford try to danceFor contemporary musicians, 5 Seconds of Summer’s Calum Hood and Michael Clifford are a little behind the times. The two recently learned the biggest dance of last year — and they weren’t ashamed to show it off.

Calum and Michael were recorded dancing with Silentó’s 2015 smash “Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae).” Their dance moves explain why they stick to instruments on the stage.

Watch Calum and Michael’s dance skills (or lack thereof) below.

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‘Ruggedly Handsome Spiritual Guru’ Ashton Irwin Featured In New Clip from Upcoming 5SOS Documentary

Ashton Irwin Documentary5 Seconds of Summer is counting down to the release of its documentary, “How Did We End Up Here? Live at Wembley Arena.” The documentary will explore the bands’ journey to fame as well as incorporate a performance from the Wembley Arena in London.

“How Did We End Up Here?” will be available on November 20th, but to promote the release, the boys posted an initial clip yesterday to give fans an idea of what to expect. This new clip contains interviews with the band members and music producer John Feldman all focused on Ashton Irwin, 5SOS’s drummer. Those who work with Ashton day in and day out offer up some personal takes on the drummer, and Ashton adds some of his own color.

Watch the the clip below.

“How Did We End Up Here? Live at Wembley Arena” will be available on DVD, Blu-Ray, and digital download when released.

Are you excited for this documentary?

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5 Seconds Of Summer Go No. 1 With “Sounds Good Feels Good”

5 Seconds of Summer5 Seconds of Summer has earned its second No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart with “Sounds Good Feels Good.” Earlier today, the band tweeted out their thanks to fans who have bought the album for their dedication.

“I’m always lost when it comes to charts but thank you to every single one of you for supporting this album,” Calum Hood tweeted. Luke Hemmings also posted a thank you to 5SOS’ fans by expressing that, “Sounds Good Feels Good is number one in a bunch of places, couldn’t be more proud of something. So thank you for picking it up!”

5SOS were on Howard Stern’s radio show, “The Howard Stern Show,” this morning and revealed that they took a risk when writing the songs. “The album’s super personal. We haven’t had a massive hit single or anything off this album, but we still got the number one album in America this week,” Ashton Irwin says. “And that explains how dedicated our fans are.”

Did you think “Sounds Good Feels Good” had a chance to reach the top spot on the charts?

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5 Seconds of Summer To Release Documentary About The Band

5 Seconds of Summer Concert Movie5 Seconds of Summer wants to give fans an up close and personal look into the band’s journey. The members announced yesterday that they will be releasing a documentary DVD, “How Did We End Up Here?” The film follows the band from its first gigs in 2011 all the way to its “Rock Out with Your Socks Out” tour, which ended in February 2015.

The DVD will also include footage from one of the band’s Wembley Arena shows earlier this year. According to the band, the documentary will be released on November 20th and can be pre-ordered already.

Watch the trailer below.

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5 Seconds Of Summer Releases “Sounds Good Feels Good” – Listen Here

5S0S New Album5 Seconds of Summer dropped their second album “Sounds Good Feels Good” today. In spite of the broad commercial success of the first two singles off the album, critics at publications like NME seem to be trending a little negative on the album, basically saying that though the album as a whole has energy, sincerity and enthusiasm, it still comes off as a bit derivative, particularly of bands such as My Chemical Romance and Green Day.

Regardless of what music critics are saying, the band’s fanatical social following of course have had #SoundsGoodFeelsGood trending at various points in the day on Twitter. The band will also be playing a free live show in Los Angeles later today.

You can listen to the deluxe edition of the album below.

What do you think of the record?

(Photo credit: 5 Seconds of Summer Instagram account)

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