Photo: Alex Goykhman

5 Seconds Of Summer Drop ‘Older’ Piano Ballad: Look + Listen

Thanks in large part to to Luke Hemmings and his fiancée Sierra Deato, 5 Seconds Of Summer show their emotional side as the Australian band released “Older.”

Produced by guitarist Michael Clifford and co-written by Micahel Pollack, their new single features Deaton and Hemmings singing “Stare at the photograph/Suddenly takes me back/The promises roll off your breath/In your cocaine-colored wedding dress.” “Lost in the day-to-day/You kiss away the pain/Oh, every time you twist my lips/My dear devotеd delicate.”

Deaton described their latest offering as “one of the most special records I’ve ever been a part of” and took to Instagram with:

“Luke and I started this idea in our living room back in March 2019 as an ode to Fifties love songs, but it wasn’t until he jokingly sent a voice memo of it years later that Michael convinced us we needed to finish it together. And I’m so happy he did.” “I stopped pursuing an artist career a long time ago as I feel most comfortable being behind the scenes… but I’ve never stopped loving to sing.”

“Older” follows 5 Seconds of Summer’s prior singles “Blender,” “Me, Myself & I,” “Complete Mess,” and “Take My Hand,” all of which will be included on the group’s fifth album 5SOS5, due out 9.23.

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Author: Al Denté

Photo: Alex Goykhman