5 Seconds of Summer Album Pre-Order Hits #1 Plus Set to Perform at Billboard Awards

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5sos-billboard-051414Congrats to 5 Seconds of Summer!

The band just announced their album release details this week and now the album has gone straight to #1! 5SOS’ self-titled full-length will be released July 22 on Capitol Records and is available for pre-order today on iTunes, with LP track “Don’t Stop” being offered as an instant download with purchase. Immediately following this announcement, the band once again skyrocketed into the No. 1 spot on the iTunes album chart in the U.S, as well as 50+ countries worldwide. Additionally, “Don’t’ Stop” also hit No. 1 on the iTunes singles chart.

If you want even more 5SOS, an exclusive version of the CD featuring four additional tracks will be available for pre-order on Target.com starting May 15.

Luke, Michael, Calum and Ashton will be making their US television debut this Sunday at the Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas where they will be performing their hit single “She Looks so Perfect.” Be sure to tune in Sunday at 8pm on ABC.

Don’t forget that 5 Seconds of Summer will also be opening for their pals One Direction on the North American leg of the “Where We Are Tour” starting in August. Tour dates and the tracklisting for 5SOS’ album below.

Pre-order 5 Seconds of Summer’s debut album on iTunes here.

5 Seconds of Summer Tracklisting

1. She Looks So Perfect
2. Don’t Stop
3. Good Girls
4. Kiss Me Kiss Me
5. 18
6. Everything I Didn’t Say
7. Beside You
8. End Up Here
9. Long Way Home
10. Heartbreak Girl
11. Mrs. All American
12. Amnesia
13. Tomorrow Never Dies (Target Ecxclusive)
14. Independence Day (Target Ecxclusive)
15. Close As Strangers (Target Ecxclusive)
16. Out Of My Limit (Target Ecxclusive)
17. Social Casualty (iTunes Bonus Track)
18. Never Be (iTunes Bonus Track)
19. Voodoo Doll (iTunes Bonus Track)
20. Greenlight (iTunes Bonus Track)

5 SECONDS OF SUMMER WITH ONE DIRECTION

August 1 Toronto, ONT Rogers Centre

August 2 Toronto, ONT Rogers Centre

August 4 East Rutherford, N.J. MetLife Stadium

August 5 East Rutherford, N.J. MetLife Stadium

August 7 Boston, Mass. Gillette Stadium

August 8 Boston, Mass. Gillette Stadium

August 11 Washington, DC Nationals Park

August 13 Philadelphia, Pa. Lincoln Financial Field

August 14 Philadelphia, Pa. Lincoln Financial Field

August 16 Detroit, Mich. Ford Field

August 17 Detroit, Mich. Ford Field

August 19 Nashville, Tenn. LP Field

August 22 Houston, Texas Reliant Stadium

August 24 Dallas, Texas AT&T Stadium

August 27 St. Louis, Mo. Edward Jones Dome

August 29 Chicago, Ill. Soldier Field

August 30 Chicago, Ill. Soldier Field

September 11 Los Angeles, Calif. Rose Bowl

September 12 Los Angeles, Calif. Rose Bowl

September 16 Phoenix, Ariz. U. of Phoenix Stadium

September 19 El Paso, Texas Sun Bowl Stadium

September 21 San Antonio, Texas Alamodome

September 25 New Orleans, La. Mercedes-Benz Superdome

September 27 Charlotte, N.C. PNC Music Pavilion

September 28 Charlotte, N.C. PNC Music Pavilion

October 1 Atlanta, Ga. Georgia Dome

October 3 Tampa, Fl. Raymond James Stadium

October 5 Miami, Fl. Sun Life Stadium