10 5SOS achievements that happened in 2014, which was your favourite?

So the year is coming to a close and we decided to look back at the top 10 things that 5SOS have done this year. There has been some crazy memories made this year. Sit back, get comfortable, lets begin shall we?

1. ‘Hi or Hey’ Records was set up.

2. 5SOS  won 21 awards! 

3. ‘She Looks So Perfect’ came out, and we all died, literally.

4. At the end of March, beginning of April 5SOS went to different European counties to do free shows. 5 counties, 5 days!

5. ‘There’s No Place Like Home’ tour happened. The pictures from those shows killed like 99% of the 5SOS FAM. We all couldn’t get over how hot they looked.

Ashton’s arms though! He is very “heart eye emoji”.

6. Lets not forget the time 5SOS were doing a Google hang out and Ashton kinda just

7. The 27th of June, the time we were all waiting for, 5SOS finally released their album! This was after they teased us for what seems like years. We finally got to hear the studio versions of their songs after constantly listening to live versions. It was heaven.

8. Ashton got happy during an awards acceptance.


9. Derpcon happened.

10. Finally, our personal favourite was when Michael lost his passport. It was such a shame that he missed out playing at the ‘Jingle Bell Ball’ and the signings, however, at the same time it was rather comical! What a “cotton headed ninny muggings.”  However, Luke predicted this before back when they were on Smallzy. Luke knows all.

I hope you guys enjoyed looking back at some of the memories created by 5SOS this year. We certainly loved looking back at all of the things that have happened in such a short space of time. We cannot wait to cover more of their crazy antics next year.

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