5 Seconds Of Summer
Alternative Press Magazine
Issue 360 Version 2
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5 Seconds Of Summer talk facing demons, fans, more in latest issue
Five years ago, you probably didn’t know who 5 SECONDS OF SUMMER were. Now, much to every angsty cred-monger’s chagrin, the band have outlasted their ephemeral namesake and taken a bold swing to cement themselves in the pop-rock sphere. But does growing up mean moving on?
In this issue, we dive deep into 5SOS’ world, talking about everything from facing their demons when they finally had a break from their brutal touring schedule to why young girls are usually the first to know what’s cool.
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In this photo special featuring the work of photographer Andy DeLuca, you’ll find pals in search of precision, pensiveness and prepostery. Enjoy 17 pages of the guys onstage and behind the scenes, featuring some never-before-seen images.
BLACK VEIL BRIDES frontman ANDY BIERSACK dishes on his favorite comfort food, ANDY BLACK’s next plans, the funniest person he ever met, his dedication to workaholism and more.
IT GOT BETTER AS IT IS’ vocalist Patty Walters offers advice on following your heart instead of the crowd.
HALESTORM are wrapping up their conviction in a massive way with Vicious. Beware: Lzzy Hale is positively unstoppable. Find out the critical details of the band’s new album.
WALLOWS Oh, look: Another band with an actor in it. Betta check your cynicism though, because the men of Wallows are here to move culture along, not sell it.
YUNGBLUD Armed with an exuberant attitude, a take-no-prisoners mentality and a love of both punk rock and hip-hop, this British MC is informing the world that young people are the only ones who are going to save the planet.
SLIPKNOT took the lunge; THE MAINE hung around; and almost everyone in NECK DEEP and STATE CHAMPS kept their clothes on.
The wait is finally over as 5 Seconds Of Summer delivered their third record Youngblood after a grueling three years. The four-piece certainly weren’t the first to take their time to perfect a full-length, which had us pondering: Who else have put out a killer record three or more years since their last one?
You should hear what your headphones are missing.