5 Highlights From 5 Seconds of Summer's Final American Gig of the 'Meet You There' Tour


Thousands of followers gathered final night time to see  5 Seconds of Summer play the final present of the North American leg of the Meet You There tour on the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles. Despite thunderstorms and torrential downpours, devoted followers confirmed as much as bid their favourite Australian act a fond farewell (for now).

As the lights went down, a deafening roar of excited screaming combated with the opening notes of 5SOS' "Babylon" off their 2018 full-length (and their third No. 1 album), Youngblood. The band obtained straight to it with their high-energy opener as purple lights flashed to the pounding drums. The rain was nonetheless pouring down, however nobody appeared to thoughts as they jumped alongside to the track, fingers within the air. 

5SOS knew their devoted followers deserved one of the best efficiency potential regardless of the horrific situations. Drummer Ashton Irwin assured followers, "We're gonna placed on a f--kin' present for you tonight!" The crowd on the Greek definitely sounded just like the rock quartet delivered on that promise.

Here are the highest 5 highlights from the near the North American leg of their tour. 

1. "Ghost of You" will get the entire Greek screaming

The complete venue lit up for this Youngblood observe. As the primary few notes rang out, Luke Hemmings informed everybody to get out their cell telephones and lightweight up the place. With the rain nonetheless coming down and everybody's glowing lights, it was really exceptional to witness. Plus, the rain truly made it that rather more intense, with Hemmings noting afterwards, "Look, I do know it's raining. But, on the great facet, how emotional was that final track within the rain?"

2. Calum Slipped, however Ashton was there to catch him

Maybe a few of the rain made the stage slippery; possibly it was all the joy. But as Calum Hood waved to followers on his method off stage, he practically slipped and fell flat on his face. It was a reasonably clean save, and fortunately Irwin was there on the excellent second to lend a serving to hand. 

three. Brotherly love on the finish of (this) street 

It was arduous to not get emotional figuring out it was their final present of the North American tour. Each of the band members constantly confirmed their appreciation for each other and saying the sweetest issues. Guitarist Michael Clifford took one of many track breaks to share, "These guys have been my brothers despite the fact that I'm an solely youngster. These guys have been pressured to be my brothers about seven years in the past and I wouldn't f--king change a factor so... I actually love you guys." Hood additionally famous, "These guys have been my brothers for practically over 10 years."

four. Ashton Irwin stood on his drum set 

At the top of their hit Youngblood single "Valentine," which drove the gang insane, Hemmings prompted the gang to proceed singing the "Oh"-es previous the top of the track. Once the thousands-strong viewers started to sing, Irwin determined to hitch in by conducting the gang. He one way or the other steadied himself on prime of his bass drum, flinging his arms up and right down to get the gang to sing louder. His stability was extraordinarily spectacular throughout that dangerous stun, which undoubtedly contributed to the electrical vitality that performed out throughout the top of that track. 

5.  Luke Hemmings and Ashton Irwin shared their favourite songs off the album

The guys have been very communicative with their viewers and even had some enjoyable banter with one another onstage. Before many of the songs, every member gave a brief and candy introduction, typically sharing which track was their favourite. Irwin introduced the vitality for his prime decide on the setlist, dubbing "More" one among his "private favorites" earlier than launching into the track. When Hemmings sat down on the piano, he shared a few of his private ideas about his personal favourite observe. "Did anybody in Los Angeles get our third album Youngblood?" he joked. "I'm sorry it took so lengthy...however was it price it? That album means every thing to us, thanks for getting it."

He then launched "Lie to Me." "This track got here at a really essential level," he continued. "We wrote this track and 'Youngblood' back-to-back in two days and...it kinda saved us. So scream it as loud as you may, please!" 

5SOS ended with "Youngblood," which was, in fact, an ideal option to wrap up the night time.

Check out the complete setlist under. 

"Talk Fast"
"Moving Along"
"She's Kinda Hot"
"Waste the Night"
"Better Man"
"If Walls Could Talk"
"Ghost of You"
"The Only Reason"
"Lie to Me"
"Why Won't You Love Me"
"Meet You There"
"Jet Black Heart"
"Want You Back"
"She Looks So Perfect"