5SOS Tease a New Song with the Chainsmokers – Take a Look
The two artists are collaborating this year, and we cannot wait.
5 Seconds of Summer have done collaborations with artists such as band One Ok Rock and, recently, Julia Michaels. Their latest album “Youngblood” was phenomenal, and we have been waiting for new music since their album tour ended. Well, our prayers have been answered because the band has recently teased us with short video clips of their collaboration with EDM-pop duo the Chainsmokers. The Chainsmokers have done amazing collaborations with Halsey, Daya, and Coldplay so this next one with 5SOS has us very excited. 5SOS first teased us with a cryptic video in which the band asks Amazon’s Alexa to “follow the Chainsmokers”.
— 5 Seconds Of Summer (@5SOS) February 4, 2019
Most recently, the band released a video of Luke Hemmings singing some of the lyrics in what seems like an empty warehouse. It, honestly, gave us chills at how good Luke’s range and vocals are in the video; the echoes in the warehouse amplify them and we love it.
— 5 Seconds Of Summer (@5SOS) February 5, 2019
In addition to the video clips, 5SOS’s Ashton Irwin released the cover art for the song. It consists of a young man crying a sparkly river of tears along with the title ‘Who Do You Love?’. Ashton stated that “it’s very important to [him] that [the band] remain diverse in the songs [they] release and the boundaries [they] can break for a modern rock band” and that it was their “chance to collaborate in a way [they] hadn’t before”. His statements are filling us up with anticipation for the new song.
It’s very important to me that we remain diverse in the songs we release and the boundaries that we can break for a modern rock band. When We first heard the chorus of “Who Do You Love” We believed it was our chance to collaborate in a way we hadn’t before. It’s out Thursday! X pic.twitter.com/uastMzLNbz
— Ashton Irwin (@Ashton5SOS) February 6, 2019
The collaborative song will be released Thursday, Feb. 7th at 8 a.m. ET. You can pre-save it now on Spotify or Apple Music.