Also up for grabs are exclusive ticket bundles to see 5 Seconds Of Summer and Hans Zimmer live during 2021.
The song also features on the band's new album, 'Calm', which recently debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200.
The kaleidoscopic video was shot entirely on green screen at each band member’s home and directed remotely, amid COVID-19.
Filmed in Sydney, Australia, the video recreates moments throughout the band’s career and includes home footage from their early beginnings.
“Old Me carries a youthful spirit and follows the narrative of a young person’s life growing up, for better or for worse.”
The new track will also feature on band's upcoming album, 'Calm', set for release through Interscope on 27 March.
Ahead of the album’s release on 27 March, 5SOS shared their new single, ‘No Shame’.
The 21-city North American trek will kick off on 19 August in Denver and wrap on 26 September in Concord, CA.
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Kicking off in Dublin on 11 May, the Aussie stars will take their high-octane live show across the UK and the continent.
“’Teeth’ came about after a month or two long blur of writing and pushing ourselves to go a step further than 'Youngblood',” says vocalist Luke Hemmings.
The dramatic new clip was helmed by French director Thibaut Duverneix (Elton John, Tierra Whack).
Aussie pop-rock favourites 5 Seconds Of Summer have shared a trailer for their upcoming music video for their new single ‘Teeth’.
With their self-titled debut album, 5 Seconds Of Summer inspired worldwide devotion and proved they were a pop-rock force to be reckoned with.
Sigrid, Ellie Goulding, Calvin Harris, Halsey, Anne-Marie and Rita Ora are also on this year’s bill.