Published On: Thu, Nov 28th, 2019

5SOS TOUR 2020: 5 Seconds of Summer confirm UK tour – Here’s how to get tickets | Music | Entertainment

5 Seconds of Summer, AKA 5SOS, unveiled their UK and Ireland dates for the No Shame tour today, including shows in Leeds, Birmingham and at London’s SSE Arena Wembley. The four-piece, who are known for hits including Teeth and Youngblood, will kick off the UK leg of their tour in Dublin on May 11.

They will then head to Belfast, London, Leeds, Birmingham, Cardiff, Glasgow and finally Liverpool.

In a statement, the pop rockers said: “We are so excited to bring the No Shame tour to the UK in 2020. The new album is almost ready and we cannot wait for people to hear it. We truly believe these new songs capture the DNA of this band but also represent a new era for 5 seconds of summer.”

When it comes to tickets, eager fans can get early access by pre-ordering 5SOS’s next album by 5pm on Tuesday.

The pre-sale goes live at 10am on Wednesday, while general sale starts next Friday, December 6.


Their website says they’re expecting “extremely high demand” and advises people that access to pre-sale doesn’t necessarily guarantee tickets.

Those who do pre-order the album in order to get pre-sale will receive a unique code by 8pm on Tuesday night, ready to use when it opens at 10am the next day.

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5 Seconds of Summer are currently in the middle of an 40+ date stint in North America, supporting The Chainsmokers.

So far, the Australian group, made up of Hemmings, Michael Clifford, Calum Good and Ashton Irwin, have already released Easier and Teeth from the upcoming fourth record.

The new album marks a change in sound for the band to go with their move to a new label.

In a recent interview with PopBuzz, they opened up about Easier, which was produced by Charlie Puth and written by Ryan Tedder.

Asked whether there was an element of trying to ditch the “teen band” label with their new sound, Irwin said: “That’s been one of our main… not challenges, but just part of our caree

“We recognise a legacy that we’ve created for ourselves,” he conceded. “A mission of ours is to be a people’s band and a band that has a vast variety of different types of music, genre-bending, and also super confident in what we’re releasing when we release it.

“The teen fan base is super important,” he added. “I like people to understand that that’s one of the most important things about our trajectory.”

Clifford also addressed the revelation the new album would be heavier, saying: “It’s got a ton of different influences on it. It doesn’t all lie within this Nine Inch Nails-type of thing we’ve spoken about a couple of times.

“It’s actually incredibly diverse in the way the songs change and how different the songs are,” he added.

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