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Calm
A picture of all 5 Seconds of Summer members laying down on a black blanket hanging out with the word "5SOS" which is the short way to say "5 Seconds of Summer" and we see the letters "C A L M" underneath.
Studio album by
Released27 March 2020 (2020-03-27)
Genre
Length39:30
LabelInterscope
Producer
5 Seconds of Summer chronology
Meet You There Tour Live
(2018)
Calm
(2020)
5 Seconds of Summer studio album chronology
Youngblood
(2018)
Calm
(2020)
Singles from Calm
  1. "Easier"
    Released: 23 May 2019
  2. "Teeth"
    Released: 21 August 2019
  3. "No Shame"
    Released: 5 February 2020
  4. "Old Me"
    Released: 6 March 2020[6]
  5. "Wildflower"
    Released: 27 March 2020

Calm (stylised as C A L M, an acronym of the first letters of the band members' names, Calum, Ashton, Luke and Michael[7][8]) is the fourth studio album by Australian pop rock band 5 Seconds of Summer, released on 27 March 2020.[9] The album was a commercial success and received positive reviews from critics who praised the band's lyrical growth and maturity.[10] Due to a shipping error, approximately 11,000 copies of the album were released early in the US, subsequently causing the album to chart a week before it was due.[11][12]

With Calm earning the band their fourth consecutive number one in their home country, 5 Seconds of Summer became the second Australian band in history to have their first four full-length studio albums debut at number one on the ARIA albums chart.[13]

At the ARIA Music Awards of 2020, the album was nominated for ARIA Award for Best Group.[14] Billboard magazine named the album as one of The 25 Best Pop Albums of 2020.[15]

Promotion

The promotion of the album was heavily limited by the COVID-19 pandemic and the stay-at-home order, which forced the band to cancel all promotional appearances and concerts. Initially having promotional plans to "go all over the world", the band members instead did a number of radio and TV interviews over videocall and resorted to interacting with fans online via live streams and Q&As on Twitter.[16][17]

On 26 March 2020, Hemmings performed an acoustic version of "Old Me" on the "At Home Edition" of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.[18]

Prior to the album's release, the band released a four-track Relaxation remix collection in collaboration with Calm, a meditation app. The collection consists of four remixes, one produced by each member and producer Matt Pauling. The compilation includes the reproduction of two singles, with guitarist Michael Clifford remixing the album's lead single "Easier", and bassist Calum Hood remixing the album's fourth single, "Old Me". Non-singles included in the collection are, "Red Desert", remixed by drummer Ashton Irwin, and "Best Years", remixed by lead vocalist Luke Hemmings.[19]

To promote the album, the band is set to embark on their upcoming headlining tour, the No Shame Tour, in 2021.

Background

On 23 May 2019, 5 Seconds of Summer released the album's lead single, "Easier." In an interview with the Rolling Stone, the band stated that the track was "the first taste of their fourth album".[20] "Easier" charted in multiple countries on both weekly and year-end charts, with peaks at number twelve in Australia[21] and number twelve on the US Mainstream Top 40.[22] In 2019, "Easier" was nominated for the ARIA Song of the Year Award.[23] Billboard magazine included the song on their 100 Best Songs of 2019 list at number 79.[24]

In a May 2019 Ryan Seacrest interview, drummer Ashton Irwin commented on the musical direction of the then upcoming album, explaining, "[the band] had to agree to continue pursuing something [that was] fantastic and new [...] That's why the sound has changed".

On 21 August 2019, the band released the album's second single, "Teeth".[25] The track charted in several countries, including peaks at number fifteen in Australia,[26] and number twenty-one on the US Mainstream Top 40.[22] In 2020, "Teeth" was nominated for the prestigious APRA Song of the Year award.[27] Teeth has also won the Song of the Year at the 2020 ARIA awards.

The album was announced on the band's social media on 5 February 2020.[28] The announcement preceded the band's confirmation that they would embark on their fifth world arena tour in 2020.[29] The band revealed the album's title, Calm, was an acronym created from the first letters of each band member's name, Calum, Ashton, Luke and Michael. Hemmings referred to the album name as "a nod to [the band's] fans", elaborating: "[The fans] been using that acronym for a long time. It kind of just sums up [that] we're a little bit older and a little bit wiser."[17]

Music and composition

Conception

The band revealed they were inspired by industrial music whilst working on the album, allowing them to establish the "rhythm side" of the album's production. Drummer Ashton Irwin further explained: "As far as sonic inspirations go, [the band] always [tries to] incorporate some of what everyone is actually listening to so it's a more genuine and influenced record that [the band] can speak on". Lead vocalist Luke Hemmings elaborated: "The last album was pretty heavy and dark [...] Whereas this one has that side of it with the lighter side of life and moving forward rather than being stuck in one place."[30]

The band's bassist Calum Hood noted: "I think everyone had something to say with this album, in terms of their coming of age – in really reflecting on the people who we were and how things shaped us, and who we want to become in the future." He further described the album as "pretty chaotic at times".[8]

Songs

Amelia Parreira of Riff magazine summarized the album, saying 5 Seconds of Summer bring forth a "new musical density and electrifying nuance on Calm, with a misleading name for a body of work that is anything but sonically mellow".

The album's opening track, the "groovy, anthemic" "Red Desert" hinges on psychedelia, with the "gospel-like vocals" of Luke Hemmings. The song contains light bass vibration from bassist Calum Hood. The song's theme is about "contentment and falling in love", which Parreira noted sets the album's tone. Track 2, "No Shame", features a "retro '80s pop vibe", layered with "explosive instrumentals over meaningful lyrics and raw stories". Hemmings delivers high notes on the song, which consists of a "Beach Boys-like vocal chant before a rise in bass and synth undertones set a romantic tone on the verses". "Old Me" lyrically reflects on past mistakes, and is a high-energy "dance anthem". "Easier" is a synth-heavy new wave song, released as the album's lead single, with conversational tone and "mellow" electro instrumentation.[31] Second single "Teeth", is a grungy, rock-tinged song, with an energetic, catchy chorus. "Wildflower" is a soft rock song with a gospel-like vocal intro.[32] "Best Years" moves at a slower pace, albeit containing a "danceable vibe". The piano-led "Lover of Mine" features intertwining guitar strumming patterns and "powerful vocal styles". "Thin White Lies" is an "angst-ridden" dance-esque track, with "strong electric beats". The album concludes with the slow-burner "Lonely Heart" and the self-reflective "High", both ballads, with slightly energetic production, marking a "calm end" to the album.[33][7]

Critical reception

Professional ratings
Aggregate scores
SourceRating
Metacritic70/100[37]
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic4/5 stars[34]
auspOp4/5 stars[35]
Clash8/10[36]
The Line of Best Fit8/10[3]

At Metacritic, which assigns a normalised rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream publications, Calm received an average score of 70, based on five reviews, indicating "generally favorable reviews."[37] Album of the Year assessed the critical consensus as a 70 out of 100.[38]

Billboard praised the album, calling it "an accomplished exploration of the group's expanding palette" and praised the band for their ability to "expertly synthesize their influences into fresh-feeling gems".[39] A separate Billboard critic labelled the album as having "out-of-the-box thinking" and being the "group’s most musically complex project yet." Billboard elaborated: "The album’s 12 tracks intertwine anthemic harmonies [...] with thumping beats and basslines [...] grinding electric guitar [...] and swirling production."[40]

Malvika Padin of Gigwise gave the album a positive review, writing: "despite that niggling urge to skip the odd mediocre track, the desire to play beauties like 'High' on loop wins in the end and Calm stands on a pedestal of near-perfection pop." .Padin noted the album was "split into two distinct, yet cohesive, sections of music that are authentically 5SOS" and labeled the album as "a look into the journey of four young boys growing up and getting pulled into the addictive power of fame".[7] An auspOp music critic wrote "the title gives away the general feel of this album – personal and a bit more subdued" and found the album "takes a melodic approach, but is no less engaging or listenable."[35] Matt Collar, writing for AllMusic, called the album "the sound of a band whose influences have continued to evolve right along with them and their fans" while naming the group "a sophisticated pop outfit."[34] Zoya Raza-Sheikh of Clash opined that their latest effort was "by no means perfect, but the album is a testament to their growth."[36] Sophia Simon-Bashall from The Line of Best Fit gave the album a positive review, stating that "Australia's premier boy-band prove themselves worthy pop stars on their next step forward." Bashall continued, stating that Calm is "a perfect pop record, from start to finish – there's not a single filler track, each is distinctive and shows off the band's impressive range."[3] Writing for the South China Morning Post, Chris Gillett named Calm as "a near-faultless pop record" while writing that "5SOS have really come into their own here, but what's most exciting is that they still have room to grow."[41]

In a more mixed review, Ethan Gordon of No Ripcord classified the record as "occasionally inspired, sometimes incredibly stupid, and most of all: surprisingly fine" while calling the two lead singles, "Easier" and "Teeth" "pretty terrible" but added that "they're surrounded by a handful of legitimately great moments and songs."[42] Writing for The Young Folks, Ryan Feyre felt like the group "walked a fine line between multi-dimensional edginess and radio-friendly hodgepodge" with the album and called it as a whole "just blandness", but specifically singled out "Best Years" and "Lover of Mine" as two of the record's highlights.[43]

In June 2020, Billboard magazine named the album as one of the Top 50 Best Albums of 2020 So Far.[44] Billboard magazine named the album as one of The 25 Best Pop Albums of 2020.[15]

Commercial performance

Calm was a commercial success and received generally positive reviews from critics who praised the band's artistic growth and maturity.[10] The album charted in more than 25 countries on several charts, and debuted atop the charts at number one in Australia,[45] the UK[46] and Scotland.[47] The album peaked in the top 10 on 17 charts, including number two in Mexico[48] and number four in Austria,[49] Estonia,[50] Ireland,[51] New Zealand[52] and Portugal.[53]

Calm debuted atop the Australian ARIA Albums Chart, and thus became the band's fourth consecutive album to debut at number-one in their home country. The album also debuted atop the UK Albums Chart, earning first week sales of 34,940 units and becoming their second number-one album in the country and first since the release of Sounds Good Feels Good.[54] Calm remains the best-selling cassette album of 2020 in the UK.[55]

Due to a shipping error, 11,000 copies were released early in the US, causing Calm to debut a week early at number 62 on the Billboard 200, before ascending to number two in its second week, marking the band's fifth top 10 album. In its second week, it earned 133,000 album-equivalent unit. It was kept from the number-one spot by The Weeknd's After Hours by 5,000 units.[56] The fact that the album would have been number-one if it had not mistakenly been released a week early, sparked outrage among the band's fans with hashtags such as #BillboardCountThe10k trending on Twitter and the creation of a petition with more than 50,000 signatures. Several radio stations like Sirius XM Hits 1 and radio hosts like Elvis Duran, also voiced their support for the band either on-air or on Twitter.[57][58] However, according to Billboard, their policy is to reflect album sale activity in the tracking week that the paying customer receives an album.[56]

With Calm earning the band their fourth consecutive number one in their home country, 5 Seconds of Summer became the second Australian band in history to have their first four full-length studio albums debut at number one on the ARIA albums chart.[13]

Singles

The album's lead single, "Easier", was released via Interscope on 23 May 2019. The song charted in several countries on both weekly and year-end charts and included peaks at number twelve in Australia,[21] number twelve in the US Mainstream Top 40[22] and number twenty-seven in the UK.[59] "Easier" was nominated for the ARIA 2019 Song of the Year Award.[23] Billboard magazine included the song on their 100 Best Songs of 2019 list at number 79.[60]

The album's follow-up single, "Teeth", included in Season 3 of the Netflix series 13 Reasons Why, was released on 21 August 2019.[61][25] The song charted in several countries and included peaks at number fifteen in Australia,[26] and number twenty-one in the US Mainstream Top 40[22] In 2020, the song was nominated for the prestigious Song of the Year award at the APRA Music Awards of 2020.[27]

On 5 February 2020, the band announced their fourth studio album Calm, which was set to be released on 27 March 2020, and released "No Shame", the third single off the album, at the same time.[62]

On 21 February 2020, the band released "Old Me" originally as a promotional single, before releasing it to radio as the album's fourth single on 6 March.[6] Although the song was given very minimal promotion, it charted in a number of countries, including a peak at number thirty-nine in Australia[63] and number twenty-six on the US Mainstream Top 40.[22]

On 25 March 2020, the band released "Wildflower" as the second promotional single, before releasing it to radio as the album's fifth and final single on 17 April.[64] With song promotion halted due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the song peaked at number twelve on the Australian Artists chart.[65][66][67]

Track listing

Calm track listing
No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
1."Red Desert"Matthew Pauling3:49
2."No Shame"
3:10
3."Old Me"
  • Watt
  • Bell
  • Dre Moon
3:04
4."Easier"
  • Puth
  • Bell
  • Watt
2:37
5."Teeth"
  • Watt
  • Bell
3:24
6."Wildflower"Gorres3:40
7."Best Years"
  • Hemmings
  • Tedder
  • Tamposi
  • Wotman
  • Perez
3:10
8."Not in the Same Way"
  • Watt
  • Blanco
3:40
9."Lover of Mine"
  • Irwin
  • Hemmings
  • Sierra Deaton
  • Tamposi
  • Wotman
  • Perez[69]
  • Watt
  • Perez
3:26
10."Thin White Lies"
  • Hood
  • Hemmings
  • Irwin
  • Clifford
  • Tamposi
  • Wotman
  • Perez
  • Carter Lang
  • Watt
  • Perez
3:02
11."Lonely Heart"
  • Hood
  • Hemmings
  • Irwin
  • Clifford
  • Pauling
Pauling3:24
12."High"
  • Hood
  • Irwin
  • Hemmings
  • Clifford
  • Tamposi
  • Wotman
  • Bell
  • Watt
  • Bell
2:58
Total length:39:30
PLUS1[70] and digital reissue bonus track[71]
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
13."Kill My Time"
3:55
Total length:43:25
Deluxe edition bonus tracks[72]& Japan bonus tracks[73]
No.TitleLength
13."Easier" (Live from the Vault)3:26
14."Teeth" (Live from the Vault)3:35
15."No Shame" (Live from the Vault)3:22
Total length:49:53
Calum picture disc bonus track
No.TitleLength
13."Old Me" (Calm Remix)10:21
Total length:49:51
Ashton picture disc bonus track
No.TitleLength
13."Red Desert" (Calm Remix)8:41
Total length:48:11
Luke picture disc bonus track
No.TitleLength
13."Best Years" (Calm Remix)9:18
Total length:48:48
Michael picture disc bonus track
No.TitleLength
13."Easier" (Calm Remix)8:30
Total length:48:00
Japan deluxe edition bonus DVD[74][75]
No.TitleDirector(s)Length
1."Easier" (music video)Grant Singer2:57
2."Easier" (behind the scenes) 1:31
3."Teeth" (music video)Thibaut Duverneix3:48
4."Teeth" (behind the scenes) 4:44
5."Video Comment from 5SOS"  
Total length:63:00

Notes

Samples

Personnel

Credits adapted from the liner notes of Calm[78] and Tidal.[79]

5 Seconds of Summer

Additional musicians

  • Ali Tamposi – background vocals (track 2, 3, 5, 7–10, 12)
  • Andrew Watt – background vocals, guitar(track 2–5, 7–10, 12), keyboards (track 2–5, 8–10, 12), bass (track 5), drums (track 7)
  • Benny Blanco – keyboards (track 8)
  • Happy Perez – guitar (track 7, 9, 10)
  • Tom Morello – guitar (track 5)
  • Charlie Puth – keyboards (track 4)
  • Geoff Warburton – background vocals (track 6)
  • Louis Bell – keyboards (track 4, 5)
  • Oscar Görres – keyboards (track 6), percussion (track 6)

Production

  • Andrew Watt – production (track 2–5), programming (track 2–5, 7–9, 12)
  • Happy Perez – production (track 2), programming (track 2, 7, 9)
  • Dre Moon – production (track 3), programming (track 3)
  • Louis Bell – production (track 3, 4, 5), programming (track 3–5, 12)
  • Charlie Puth – production (track 4), programming (track 4)
  • Oscar Görres – production (track 6), programming (track 6)
  • Benny Blanco – programming (track 8)
  • Adam Schoeller – engineering (track 1, 11)
  • Matthew Pauling – production (track 1), engineering (track 1, 11)
  • Dave Kutch – master engineering (track 1–3, 5–9, 11, 12)
  • Alan Moulder – engineering (track 2), mixing (track 2)
  • Caesar Edmunds – engineering (track 2)
  • Paul Lamalfa – engineering (track 2–5, 7–10)
  • Tom Herbert – engineering (track 2), assistant mixing (track 2)
  • Chris Galland – engineering (track 3, 5, 8, 9, 12)
  • Michael Freeman – engineering (track 7, 10, 12)
  • Geoff Swan – engineering (track 7, 10, 12)
  • Spike Stent – mixing (track 1, 6, 7, 11, 12)
  • Manny Marroquin – mixing (track 3, 4, 5, 8, 9)
  • Matt Wolach – assistant mixing (track 1, 6, 11)

Design

  • Andy Deluca – creative director
  • Sarah Eiseman – assistant creative director

Charts

Certifications

RegionCertificationCertified units/sales
Poland (ZPAV)[111]Gold10,000double-dagger
United Kingdom (BPI)[112]Silver60,000double-dagger

double-dagger Sales+streaming figures based on certification alone.

See also

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Artist(s)

Veröffentlichungen von 5 Seconds Of Summer die im OTRS erhältlich sind/waren:

CALM ¦ Youngblood

5 Seconds Of Summer auf Wikipedia (oder andere Quellen):

5 Seconds of Summer (5SOS)
5 Seconds Of Summer (5SOS).jpg
Allgemeine Informationen
HerkunftSydney, Australien
Genre(s)Pop-Punk, Pop-Rock, Power Pop
Gründung2011
Websitewww.5sos.com
Aktuelle Besetzung
Luke Hemmings (* 16. Juli 1996)
Michael Clifford (* 20. November 1995)
Calum Hood (* 25. Januar 1996)
Ashton Irwin (* 7. Juli 1994)

5 Seconds of Summer ist eine australische Pop-Rock-Band aus Sydney.

Geschichte

5 Seconds of Summer wurde Anfang 2011 von Luke Robert Hemmings, Michael Gordon Clifford und Calum Thomas Hood gegründet, die gemeinsam das Northwest Christian College in Sydney besuchten. Sie fingen an Cover von bekannten Liedern auf YouTube hochzuladen. Ihr Cover von Chris Browns und Justin Biebers Hit Next 2 You erreichte bis heute über 3.600.000 Aufrufe.[1] Vor ihrem ersten Auftritt im Dezember 2011 holten sie als Schlagzeuger Ashton Fletcher Irwin dazu, der aus ihrem gemeinsamen Bekanntenkreis stammte.[2][3] Seitdem hat sich die Zusammensetzung der Band nicht verändert. Auf YouTube erreichten sie in kurzer Zeit über 4 Millionen Aufrufe und bauten eine große Fangemeinde auf sozialen Netzwerken wie Twitter und Facebook auf.[3]

2012 erregte die Band einiges Interesse von großen Musiklabels und -verlagen und unterzeichnete schließlich einen Vertrag mit Sony ATV Music Publishing.[4] Obwohl sie weiterhin keine weitere Unterstützung erhielten, außer auf Facebook und Twitter,[4] erreichte ihre erste musikalische Veröffentlichung, eine EP mit dem Namen Somewhere New, Platz 3 in den iTunes Charts in Australien[4] und landete in den Top 20 in Neuseeland und Schweden.

Großen internationalen Erfolg erreichten sie, als Louis Tomlinson aus der britisch-irischen Boyband One Direction einen Link zu dem YouTube-Video von ihrem Lied Gotta Get Out twitterte. In diesem Tweet erwähnte er, dass er schon für eine Weile ein Fan von 5 Seconds of Summer sei.[5] Weitere Aufmerksamkeit erreichten 5 Seconds of Summer, als sie am 19. November 2012 ihre Single Out of My Limit veröffentlichten und Niall Horan, ebenfalls ein Mitglied der Boyband One Direction, einen Link zu ihrem Video twitterte,[6] das so innerhalb von 24 Stunden über 100.000 Aufrufe erhielt.[7]

5 Seconds of Summer verbrachte die zweite Hälfte des Jahres 2012 mit dem Schreiben neuer Songs, wobei ihnen Christian Lo Russo und Joel Chapman der australischen Band Amy Meredith halfen.[8] Mit ihnen schrieben sie zwei weitere Lieder für ihre Somewhere New EP: Beside You und Unpredictable.

Im Dezember 2012 begaben sich die Jungs auf eine Songwriting-Reise nach London, wo sie mit verschiedenen bekannten Künstlern wie McFly,[9] Roy Stride von Scouting for Girls, Nick Hodgson von Kaiser Chiefs, Jamie Scott,[10] Jake Gosling, Steve Robson und James Bourne von Busted zusammenarbeiteten.[11]

Die EPs She Looks So Perfect, Don’t Stop, Amnesia und Good Girls wurden 2014 veröffentlicht.

5 Seconds of Summer (2014)

5 Seconds of Summer veröffentlichten im Juni 2014 ihr Debütalbum mit dem Titel 5 Seconds of Summer.[12] In den USA wurde das Album am 22. Juli 2014 veröffentlicht. Es erreichte nicht nur in Australien und Neuseeland, sondern auch in den USA Platz 1 und kam in vielen weiteren Ländern in die Top 10. Als Singles waren Don’t Stop und Amnesia erfolgreich, letztere verkaufte sich allein in USA über eine Million Mal. Ende des Jahres erschien mit Good Girls die vierte offizielle Liedauskopplung, die ebenfalls noch einmal international in die Charts kam.

Mit She’s Kinda Hot erschien bereits im Juli 2015 das nächste neue Lied. Es war erneut in vielen Ländern erfolgreich und kündigte das zweite Album Sounds Good Feels Good noch im selben Jahr an. Das Album erschien am 23. Oktober 2015.[13]

Mit Girls Talk Boys erschien am 15. Juli 2016 eine neue Single der Band. Diese ist auf dem Soundtrack zum neuen Ghostbusters-Film enthalten.[14]

2016 absolvierten 5 Seconds Of Summer zudem eine Welttournee namens Sounds Live Feels Live, während welcher sie in Europa, Asien und den USA Konzerte gaben.

Weiterhin haben sie mit der japanischen Rockband One Ok Rock den Track Take What You Want aufgenommen, der auf dessen Album zu hören ist.[15]

Am 22. Februar 2018 veröffentlichte die Band den Song Want You Back und kündigten eine neue Tour für 2018 an.[16][17]

Einflüsse

Einflüsse der Band sind Blink-182, All Time Low, Ed Sheeran, Mayday Parade, Boys Like Girls, Green Day und Nickelback.

Tourneen

  • 2012: Mini Australian Tour
  • 2012: Twenty Twelve Tour
  • 2012: Vorband der Whatever World Tour von Hot Chelle Rae
  • 2013: Pants Down Tour
  • 2013: Vorband der Take Me Home Tour von One Direction
  • 2014: UK Tour
  • 2014: 5 Countries 5 Days European Tour
  • 2014: Stars, Stripes and Maple Syrup Tour
  • 2014: There’s No Place Like Home Tour
  • 2014: Vorband der Where We Are (Stadium Tour) von One Direction
  • 2015: Rock Out with Your Socks Out Tour
  • 2016: Sounds Live Feels Live Tour
  • 2018: Meet You There Tour

Diskografie

Studioalben

JahrTitelHöchstplatzierung, Gesamtwochen, AuszeichnungChartplatzierungenChartplatzierungen[18]
(Jahr, Titel, Plat­zie­rungen, Wo­chen, Aus­zeich­nungen, Anmer­kungen)
Anmerkungen
DE DEAT ATCH CHUK UKUS USAU AUNZ NZ
20145 Seconds of SummerDE6
(8 Wo.)DE
AT4
(10 Wo.)AT
CH5
(12 Wo.)CH
UK2
Platin
Platin

(42 Wo.)UK
US1
Gold
Gold

(66 Wo.)US
AU1
Doppelplatin
×2
Doppelplatin

(29 Wo.)AU
NZ1
(19 Wo.)NZ
Erstveröffentlichung: 27. Juni 2014
2015Sounds Good Feels GoodDE3
(4 Wo.)DE
AT1
(4 Wo.)AT
CH3
(4 Wo.)CH
UK1
Gold
Gold

(12 Wo.)UK
US1
(14 Wo.)US
AU1
Gold
Gold

(11 Wo.)AU
NZ2
(7 Wo.)NZ
Erstveröffentlichung: 23. Oktober 2015
2018YoungbloodDE6
(4 Wo.)DE
AT5
(3 Wo.)AT
CH8
(3 Wo.)CH
UK3
Gold
Gold

(13 Wo.)UK
US1
(64 Wo.)US
AU1
Gold
Gold

(15 Wo.)AU
NZ2
(11 Wo.)NZ
Erstveröffentlichung: 15. Juni 2018
2020CalmDE7
(3 Wo.)DE
AT4
(5 Wo.)AT
CH13
(2 Wo.)CH
UK1
Silber
Silber

(5 Wo.)UK
US2
(9 Wo.)US
AU1
(… Wo.)AU
NZ4
(… Wo.)NZ
Erstveröffentlichung: 27. März 2020

Livealben

JahrTitelHöchstplatzierung, Gesamtwochen, AuszeichnungChartplatzierungenChartplatzierungen[18]
(Jahr, Titel, Plat­zie­rungen, Wo­chen, Aus­zeich­nungen, Anmer­kungen)
Anmerkungen
DE DEAT ATCH CHUK UKUS USAU AUNZ NZ
2014LiveSOSCH65
(1 Wo.)CH
UK31
(5 Wo.)UK
US13
(7 Wo.)US
AU7
(6 Wo.)AU
NZ23
(5 Wo.)NZ
Erstveröffentlichung: 15. Dezember 2014

Weitere Livealben

  • 2018: Meet You There Tour Live (Erstveröffentlichung: 21. Dezember 2018)

EPs

JahrTitelHöchstplatzierung, Gesamtwochen, AuszeichnungChartplatzierungenChartplatzierungen[18]
(Jahr, Titel, Plat­zie­rungen, Wo­chen, Aus­zeich­nungen, Anmer­kungen)
Anmerkungen
DE DEAT ATCH CHUK UKUS USAU AUNZ NZ
2012Somewhere NewAU
Gold
Gold
AU
NZ36
(1 Wo.)NZ
Erstveröffentlichung: 7. Dezember 2012
2014She Looks So PerfectUS2
(24 Wo.)US
Erstveröffentlichung: 21. März 2014

Weitere EPs

  • 2012: Unplugged (Erstveröffentlichung: 26. Juni 2012)
  • 2014: Don’t Stop (Erstveröffentlichung: 15. Juni 2014)
  • 2014: Amnesia (Erstveröffentlichung: 5. September 2014)
  • 2014: Good Girls (Erstveröffentlichung: 14. November 2014)
  • 2015: She’s Kinda Hot (Erstveröffentlichung: 28. August 2015)
  • 2018: Spotify Singles (Erstveröffentlichung: 2018)

Singles

JahrTitel
Album
Höchstplatzierung, Gesamtwochen, AuszeichnungChartplatzierungenChartplatzierungen[18]
(Jahr, Titel, Album, Plat­zie­rungen, Wo­chen, Aus­zeich­nungen, Anmer­kungen)
Anmerkungen
DE DEAT ATCH CHUK UKUS USAU AUNZ NZ
2014She Looks So Perfect
5 Seconds of Summer
DE35
(6 Wo.)DE
AT21
(2 Wo.)AT
CH26
(2 Wo.)CH
UK1
Platin
Platin

(27 Wo.)UK
US24
Doppelplatin
×2
Doppelplatin

(20 Wo.)US
AU1
Fünffachplatin
×5
Fünffachplatin

(22 Wo.)AU
NZ1
Platin
Platin

(16 Wo.)NZ
Erstveröffentlichung: 21. Februar 2014
Don’t Stop
5 Seconds of Summer
DE46
(2 Wo.)DE
AT37
(1 Wo.)AT
CH36
(1 Wo.)CH
UK2
Gold
Gold

(11 Wo.)UK
US47
Gold
Gold

(3 Wo.)US
AU3
Doppelplatin
×2
Doppelplatin

(12 Wo.)AU
NZ1
(8 Wo.)NZ
Erstveröffentlichung: 9. Mai 2014
Amnesia
5 Seconds of Summer
DE64
(1 Wo.)DE
AT40
(2 Wo.)AT
CH49
(1 Wo.)CH
UK7
Gold
Gold

(18 Wo.)UK
US16
Doppelplatin
×2
Doppelplatin

(20 Wo.)US
AU7
Vierfachplatin
×4
Vierfachplatin

(18 Wo.)AU
NZ6
(5 Wo.)NZ
Erstveröffentlichung: 1. Juli 2014
Good Girls
5 Seconds of Summer
DE96
(1 Wo.)DE
AT62
(1 Wo.)AT
UK19
Silber
Silber

(8 Wo.)UK
US34
Gold
Gold

(2 Wo.)US
AU19
Platin
Platin

(9 Wo.)AU
NZ15
(2 Wo.)NZ
Erstveröffentlichung: 17. November 2014
2015She’s Kinda Hot
Sounds Good Feels Good
DE76
(1 Wo.)DE
AT35
(2 Wo.)AT
CH59
(1 Wo.)CH
UK14
Silber
Silber

(10 Wo.)UK
US22
Gold
Gold

(9 Wo.)US
AU6
Platin
Platin

(6 Wo.)AU
NZ11
(1 Wo.)NZ
Erstveröffentlichung: 17. Juli 2015
Jet Black Heart
Sounds Good Feels Good
AT60
(1 Wo.)AT
UK60
(1 Wo.)UK
US95
(1 Wo.)US
AU34
(1 Wo.)AU
Erstveröffentlichung: 28. August 2015
Hey Everybody!
Sounds Good Feels Good
DE74
(5 Wo.)DE
UK49
(1 Wo.)UK
Erstveröffentlichung: 9. Oktober 2015
2016Girls Talk Boys
Ghostbusters (O.S.T.)
DE80
(1 Wo.)DE
CH68
(1 Wo.)CH
UK28
(5 Wo.)UK
US68
(1 Wo.)US
AU
Gold
Gold
AU
Erstveröffentlichung: 15. Juli 2016
2018Want You Back
Youngblood
DE82
(1 Wo.)DE
AT50
(1 Wo.)AT
CH56
(1 Wo.)CH
UK22
Silber
Silber

(8 Wo.)UK
US61
Gold
Gold

(1 Wo.)US
AU32
Platin
Platin

(1 Wo.)AU
Erstveröffentlichung: 22. Februar 2018
Youngblood
Youngblood
DE45
Gold
Gold

(15 Wo.)DE
AT23
(31 Wo.)AT
CH34
(31 Wo.)CH
UK4
Doppelplatin
×2
Doppelplatin

(40 Wo.)UK
US7
Doppelplatin
×2
Doppelplatin

(48 Wo.)US
AU1
13-fach-Platin
×13
13-fach-Platin

(57 Wo.)AU
NZ1
Dreifachplatin
×3
Dreifachplatin

(44 Wo.)NZ
Erstveröffentlichung: 13. April 2018
2019Lie to MeUK99
(1 Wo.)UK
AU38
Doppelplatin
×2
Doppelplatin

(2 Wo.)AU
Erstveröffentlichung: 18. Januar 2019
Easier
Calm
AT58
(1 Wo.)AT
CH66
(1 Wo.)CH
UK27
Silber
Silber

(9 Wo.)UK
US48
Platin
Platin

(16 Wo.)US
AU12
Doppelplatin
×2
Doppelplatin

(15 Wo.)AU
NZ16
Gold
Gold

(12 Wo.)NZ
Erstveröffentlichung: 23. Mai 2019
Teeth
Calm
AT70
(2 Wo.)AT
CH99
(1 Wo.)CH
UK46
Silber
Silber

(5 Wo.)UK
US
Gold
Gold
US
AU15
Doppelplatin
×2
Doppelplatin

(16 Wo.)AU
NZ25
(8 Wo.)NZ
Erstveröffentlichung: 21. August 2019
2020No Shame
Calm
UK68
(1 Wo.)UK
Erstveröffentlichung: 5. Februar 2020
Old Me
Calm
AU39
Gold
Gold

(1 Wo.)AU
Erstveröffentlichung: 6. März 2020
Wildflower
Calm
UK81
(1 Wo.)UK
Erstveröffentlichung: 25. März 2020
Folgende Lieder erschienen nicht als Single, wurden aber durch das Album zu Download und Streaming bereitgestellt und konnten somit eine Platzierung erlangen:
2014Everything I Didn’t Say
5 Seconds of Summer
AT44
(1 Wo.)AT
US24
(1 Wo.)US
AU11
(1 Wo.)AU
NZ8
(1 Wo.)NZ
Erstveröffentlichung: 9. Mai 2014
Kiss Me Kiss Me
5 Seconds of Summer
AT49
(1 Wo.)AT
US28
(1 Wo.)US
AU14
(1 Wo.)AU
NZ10
(1 Wo.)NZ
Erstveröffentlichung: 9. Mai 2014
Try Hard
Don’t Stop EP
UK80
(1 Wo.)UK
Erstveröffentlichung: 16. Juni 2014
2015Fly Away
Sounds Good Feels Good
AT60
(1 Wo.)AT
UK44
(1 Wo.)UK
US100
(1 Wo.)US
AU26
(1 Wo.)AU
Erstveröffentlichung: 14. August 2015
Money
Sounds Good Feels Good
UK88
(1 Wo.)UK
Erstveröffentlichung: 18. September 2015

Weitere Singles

  • 2012: Out of My Limit
  • 2014: What I Like About You
  • 2014: Daylight
  • 2014: American Idiot
  • 2018: Valentine (AU:GoldGold)
  • 2018: Killer Queen
  • 2020: Kill My Time

Chartplatzierungen als Gastmusiker

JahrTitel
Album
Höchstplatzierung, Gesamtwochen, AuszeichnungChartplatzierungenChartplatzierungen[18]
(Jahr, Titel, Album, Plat­zie­rungen, Wo­chen, Aus­zeich­nungen, Anmer­kungen)
Anmerkungen
DE DEAT ATCH CHUK UKUS USAU AUNZ NZ
2019Who Do You LoveDE55
(3 Wo.)DE
AT31
(4 Wo.)AT
CH43
(3 Wo.)CH
UK34
Silber
Silber

(14 Wo.)UK
US56
Platin
Platin

(5 Wo.)US
AU13
Doppelplatin
×2
Doppelplatin

(15 Wo.)AU
NZ24
(10 Wo.)NZ
Erstveröffentlichung: 7. Februar 2019
The Chainsmokers feat. 5 Seconds of Summer
2020Times Like TheseUK1
(8 Wo.)UK
NZ5
(2 Wo.)NZ
Erstveröffentlichung: 23. April 2020
als Teil von Live Lounge Allstars
Original: Foo Fighters (2003)

Videoalben

JahrTitelAnmerkungen
2015How Did We End Up Here?
Live At Wembley Arena
Erstveröffentlichung: 20. November 2015
AU:GoldGold

Musikvideos

JahrTitelRegisseur
2012Out of My LimitBryce Jepsen
2013Heartbreak GirlCharlie Miller
Try HardBen Winston
Wherever You AreBen Winston
2014She Looks so PerfectFrank Borin
Don’t StopIsaac Rentz
AmnesiaIsaac Rentz
Good GirlsIsaac Rentz
2015She’s Kinda HotIsaac Rentz
Hey Everybody!Isaac Rentz

Auszeichnungen für Musikverkäufe

Goldene Schallplatte

  • AustralienAustralien Australien
    • 2021: für das Lied Ghost of You
  • BrasilienBrasilien Brasilien
    • 2015: für das Album 5 Seconds of Summer
    • 2018: für die Single Youngblood
  • DanemarkDänemark Dänemark
    • 2014: für das Streaming She Looks so Perfect
    • 2016: für das Album 5 Seconds of Summer
    • 2019: für die Single Amnesia
    • 2019: für das Album Youngblood
    • 2020: für die Single Easier
    • 2020: für die Single Who Do You Love
  • FinnlandFinnland Finnland
    • 2020: für das Album Youngblood[19]
    • 2020: für die Single Easier[19]
  • FrankreichFrankreich Frankreich
    • 2019: für die Single Youngblood
  • ItalienItalien Italien
    • 2014: für das Album 5 Seconds of Summer
    • 2014: für die Single She Looks so Perfect
  • KanadaKanada Kanada
    • 2014: für die Single Amnesia
    • 2019: für die Single Lie to Me
    • 2020: für die Single Teeth
    • 2021: für die Single Old Me
  • MexikoMexiko Mexiko
    • 2019: für die Single Who Do You Love
    • 2019: für das Album Youngblood[20]
  • NorwegenNorwegen Norwegen
    • 2015: für die Single She Looks so Perfect
    • 2015: für die Single Amnesia
  • PolenPolen Polen
    • 2014: für das Album 5 Seconds of Summer
    • 2019: für die Single Who Do You Love
    • 2020: für das Album Calm
    • 2020: für die Single Lie to Me
  • PortugalPortugal Portugal
    • 2020: für die Single Easier[21]
    • 2020: für die Single Lie to Me[22]
  • SchwedenSchweden Schweden
    • 2014: für die Single Amnesia
    • 2015: für das Album 5 Seconds of Summer
    • 2018: für das Album Youngblood
  • SingapurSingapur Singapur
    • 2019: für das Album 5 Seconds of Summer
    • 2019: für das Album Youngblood

Platin-Schallplatte

  • BelgienBelgien Belgien
    • 2019: für die Single Youngblood
  • BrasilienBrasilien Brasilien
    • 2015: für das Album LiveSOS[23]
  • ItalienItalien Italien
    • 2019: für die Single Youngblood
  • KanadaKanada Kanada
    • 2014: für die Single She Looks so Perfect
    • 2015: für das Album 5 Seconds of Summer
    • 2019: für das Album Youngblood
  • MexikoMexiko Mexiko
    • 2015: für das Album 5 Seconds of Summer
    • 2019: für die Single Youngblood[24]
  • PhilippinenPhilippinen Philippinen
    • 2017: für das Album Sounds Good Feels Good[25]
  • PolenPolen Polen
    • 2021: für die Single Easier
    • 2021: für die Single Teeth
  • SchwedenSchweden Schweden
    • 2014: für die Single She Looks so Perfect

2× Platin-Schallplatte

  • FinnlandFinnland Finnland
    • 2020: für die Single Youngblood[19]
  • KanadaKanada Kanada
    • 2020: für die Single Who Do You Love
  • PhilippinenPhilippinen Philippinen
    • 2016: für das Album 5 Seconds of Summer[26]
  • PortugalPortugal Portugal
    • 2020: für die Single Youngblood[27]
  • SchwedenSchweden Schweden
    • 2018: für die Single Youngblood

3× Platin-Schallplatte

  • DanemarkDänemark Dänemark
    • 2020: für die Single Youngblood

Diamantene Schallplatte

  • PolenPolen Polen
    • 2020: für die Single Youngblood

Anmerkung: Auszeichnungen in Ländern aus den Charttabellen bzw. Chartboxen sind in ebendiesen zu finden.

Land/RegionAus­zeich­nung­en für Mu­sik­ver­käu­fe
(Land/Region, Auszeichnungen, Verkäufe, Quellen)
Silver record icon.svg SilberGold record icon.svg GoldPlatinum record icon.svg PlatinDiamond record icon.svg DiamantVer­käu­feQuel­len
Australien (ARIA) Australien (ARIA)0! SGold record icon.svg 8× Gold8Platinum record icon.svg 37× Platin370! D2.807.500aria.com.au
Belgien (BEA) Belgien (BEA)0! S0! GPlatinum record icon.svg Platin10! D40.000ultratop.be
Brasilien (PMB) Brasilien (PMB)0! SGold record icon.svg 2× Gold2Platinum record icon.svg Platin10! D80.000pro-musicabr.org.br
Dänemark (IFPI) Dänemark (IFPI)0! SGold record icon.svg 6× Gold6Platinum record icon.svg 3× Platin30! D425.000ifpi.dk
Deutschland (BVMI) Deutschland (BVMI)0! SGold record icon.svg Gold10! P0! D200.000musikindustrie.de
Finnland (IFPI) Finnland (IFPI)0! SGold record icon.svg 2× Gold2Platinum record icon.svg 2× Platin20! D35.000Einzelnachweise
Frankreich (SNEP) Frankreich (SNEP)0! SGold record icon.svg Gold10! P0! D100.000snepmusique.com
Italien (FIMI) Italien (FIMI)0! SGold record icon.svg 2× Gold2Platinum record icon.svg Platin10! D90.000fimi.it
Kanada (MC) Kanada (MC)0! SGold record icon.svg 4× Gold4Platinum record icon.svg 5× Platin50! D600.000musiccanada.com
Mexiko (AMPROFON) Mexiko (AMPROFON)0! SGold record icon.svg 2× Gold2Platinum record icon.svg 2× Platin20! D180.000amprofon.com.mx
Neuseeland (RMNZ) Neuseeland (RMNZ)0! SGold record icon.svg Gold1Platinum record icon.svg 4× Platin40! D120.000nztop40.co.nz
Norwegen (IFPI) Norwegen (IFPI)0! SGold record icon.svg 2× Gold20! P0! D10.000ifpi.no
Philippinen (PARI) Philippinen (PARI)0! S0! GPlatinum record icon.svg 3× Platin30! D45.000Einzelnachweise
Polen (ZPAV) Polen (ZPAV)0! SGold record icon.svg 4× Gold4Platinum record icon.svg 2× Platin2Diamond record icon.svg Diamant1240.000bestsellery.zpav.pl
Portugal (AFP) Portugal (AFP)0! SGold record icon.svg 2× Gold2Platinum record icon.svg 2× Platin20! D30.000Einzelnachweise
Schweden (IFPI) Schweden (IFPI)0! SGold record icon.svg 3× Gold3Platinum record icon.svg 3× Platin30! D180.000sverigetopplistan.se
Singapur (RIAS) Singapur (RIAS)0! SGold record icon.svg 2× Gold20! P0! D10.000rias.org.sg
Vereinigte Staaten (RIAA) Vereinigte Staaten (RIAA)0! SGold record icon.svg 6× Gold6Platinum record icon.svg 8× Platin80! D11.000.000riaa.com
Vereinigtes Königreich (BPI) Vereinigtes Königreich (BPI)Silver record icon.svg 7× Silber7Gold record icon.svg 4× Gold4Platinum record icon.svg 4× Platin40! D4.360.000bpi.co.uk
InsgesamtSilver record icon.svg 7× Silber7Gold record icon.svg 52× Gold52Platinum record icon.svg 78× Platin78Diamond record icon.svg Diamant1

Weblinks

Commons: 5 Seconds of Summer – Sammlung von Bildern, Videos und Audiodateien

Quellen

  1. Alex Langlands: Meet 5 Seconds Of Summer. 14. Mai 2012, abgerufen am 9. August 2012.
  2. Jason Lipshutz: 5 Seconds of Summer: 10 Things You Need To Know. Billboard, 3. April 2014.
  3. a b 5 Seconds of Summer Australian Tour. Mai 2012, abgerufen am 10. August 2012.
  4. a b c Toby Creswell: Smells Like Teen Spirit. 30. Juli 2012, abgerufen am 11. August 2012.
  5. Louis Tomlinson: Louis Tomlinson Twitter. 7. November 2012, abgerufen am 11. November 2012.
  6. Niall Horan: Niall Horan Twitter. 27. November 2012, abgerufen am 9. Dezember 2012.
  7. Kathy McCabe: Sydney teen band 5 Seconds of Summer is getting hot in the UK. 18. November 2012, abgerufen am 1. Dezember 2012.
  8. 5 Seconds of Summer Twitter. 9. Juli 2012, abgerufen am 25. Februar 2013.
  9. 5 Seconds of Summer are Writing with McFly. 19. Dezember 2012, abgerufen am 17. Februar 2012.
  10. Jessica Aquilina: Local boys to play support for One Direction tour. (Nicht mehr online verfügbar.) 15. Februar 2013, archiviert vom Original am 20. Februar 2013; abgerufen am 22. Februar 2013.  Info: Der Archivlink wurde automatisch eingesetzt und noch nicht geprüft. Bitte prüfe Original- und Archivlink gemäß Anleitung und entferne dann diesen Hinweis.@1@2
  11. Kathy McCabe: Things are hotting up for 5 Seconds of Summer. 18. Februar 2013, abgerufen am 22. Februar 2013.
  12. Poppy Reid: Sydney’s 5 Seconds of Summer Support 1D on World Tour. (Nicht mehr online verfügbar.) 15. Februar 2013, archiviert vom Original am 24. September 2013; abgerufen am 13. November 2016.
  13. Sounds Good Feels Good. 23. Oktober 2015, abgerufen am 25. Juli 2016.
  14. 5 Seconds of Summer release funky new Ghostbusters single 'Girls Talk Boys’. 15. Juli 2016, abgerufen am 25. Juli 2016.
  15. Everything 5 Seconds Of Summer Did Between 'Sounds Good Feels Good' and 'Want You Back’. 23. Februar 2018, abgerufen am 1. April 2018.
  16. W A N T Y O U B A C K is here. 22. Februar 2018, abgerufen am 1. April 2018.
  17. // We Are Coming To A City Near You // Here Are The Tour Dates // 5SOS3 //. 22. Februar 2018, abgerufen am 1. April 2018.
  18. a b c d e Chartquellen: DE AT CH UK US AU NZ
  19. a b c SUOSIKKIYHTYEELTÄ UUSI LEVY TÄNÄÄN. (Memento vom 7. April 2020 im Webarchiv archive.today) universalmusic.fi, 27. März 2020, abgerufen am 14. Juli 2021 (finnisch).
  20. Gold für Youngblood in Mexiko
  21. Gold für Easier in Portugal
  22. Gold für Lie to Me in Portugal
  23. Platin für LiveSOS in Brasilien
  24. Platin für Youngblood in Mexiko
  25. Platin für Sounds Good Feels Good in den Philippinen
  26. 2× Platin für 5 Seconds of Summer in den Philippinen
  27. 2× Platin für Youngblood in Portugal

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