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The Australian pop superstars 5 Seconds of Summer havereleased a new album and announced a worldtour. The multi-platinum-sellinggroupwillnotleavetheirHungarianfanswithout a concert, sowecan be thereto sing along 5 Seconds of Summer'shitson 10th OctoberattheArena, theconcertpresentedbyLiveNation.
The multi-platinum-selling pop-rock band 5 Seconds of Summer will release their new album The Feeling of Falling Upwards - Live from The Royal Albert Hall on 14th April, which marks both a milestone in the band's life and a wink to the beginning. Performing at London's world famous Royal Albert Hall is a dream for many musicians. When the band moved to the UK 10 years ago to write the songs for their very first album, they were just busking in front of the famous venue, but last year they fulfilled a long-held dream and played a special concert there. The Feeling of Falling Upwards featured reimagined versions of songs from their 11-year-old repertoire, including brand new compositions from their critically acclaimed fifth album 5SOS5, accompanied by a 12-piece string orchestra and a gospel choir.
It's an important moment that shows how the star of 5 Seconds of Summer has been shining ever brighter since its formation in 2011. Their first untitled album topped the sales charts in 11 countries. Since then, the band has released five albums in total and has had many hits to their name. The band has sold more than 13 million albums worldwide, sold more than 3 million concert tickets and toured the world. And after two years of waiting, the Australian quartet finally reached their Hungarian fans too last year at Budapest Park.
With the release of their new album 5SOS5, the band have taken their music to the next level, showcasing their versatile artistry and the evolution they have made over their 10-year career. And they are ready to prove it on a world tour too, so Hungarian fans should mark their calendars.