Watch The Video For 5 Seconds of Summer’s New Single ‘No Shame’

The new track will also feature on band’s upcoming album, ‘Calm’, set for release through Interscope on 27 March.

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5 Seconds Summer No Shame Video
Photo: Dusty Kessler courtesy of Interscope Records

5 Seconds of Summer (5SOS) have shared the official video for their new single ‘No Shame’, which you can check out below.

5 Seconds of Summer - No Shame (Official Video)

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Directed by Hannah Lux Davis, the ‘No Shame’ video finds the quartet of Aussie pop-rockers engaging in various acts of subterfuge and recklessness all in the name of getting some shameless attention, no matter the cost. While frontman Luke Hemmings fakes his funeral, bassist Calum Hood turns the all-American dream of 1950s suburbia – think two kids and a white picket fence – on its head thanks to some seriously creepy vibes and a wife with a wild side.

“I only light up when cameras are flashin’/ Never enough and no satisfaction/ Got no shame/ I love the way you’re screamin’ my name/ Diggin’ my grave to get a reaction/ Changin’ my face and callin’ it fashion/ Got no shame/ I love the way you’re screaming my name,” Hemmings wails from inside a room covered ceiling-to-floor in leopard print with blinking cat eyes.

‘No Shame’ serves as the third single – following ‘Easier’ and ‘Teeth’ – off the band’s upcoming fourth studio album, Calm which is slated for release on 27 March via Interscope Records. The new LP will follow up on the success of 2018’s Youngblood, which spawned the band’s first top 10 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 courtesy of its title track.

After revealing details of the new album, 5SOS lead vocalist Luke Hemmings shared his excitement for the new record:

“For a band to make it to four albums is no small feat in itself but to be reinventing and constantly pushing our song-writing and to come out with music that we’ve never been more proud of makes me so happy to be in 5 Seconds of Summer. Calm speaks on a journey through a young man’s life, for better or for worse. We are all human and all make mistakes, sometimes we hurt the ones we love and inevitably, ourselves in the process. Calm leaves the band in a much happier, unified and calm state of mind to continue making albums for years to come.”

Calm is out on 27 March and can be pre-ordered here.

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