It’s incredible to see what 5SOS have achieved in two years, isn’t it? They’ve just released the first single of their second album and are currently on a world arena tour, but does it ever get tough for the lads? Well, d’uh.
During a recent chat with News.com.au, our favourite Aussie lads admitted that sometimes it can be difficult to be in the public eye as they are considered role models and try to be mindful behaviour and still party, but work hard to keep that out of the newspapers.
Talking on the subject, Calum said: “If you aren’t doing anything wrong, they can’t catch you out. Especially with past experiences, it has made me more wary of things. Don’t get me wrong we still do (party), we’re just obviously more careful about the way we do it.”
Well, either way, we’d love to party with them one day. If you’re ever near us, give us a shout, boys!
Mr Hood then went to talk about the band’s ambitions. “It is going to take some hard work but I think we realise it is possible. We have always wanted to be the biggest band in the world but four years ago, it felt a million miles away. I feel if we make the right music, say the right things in the press and do right by the fans, then maybe.”
We can’t wait to see what happens for the lads in the future!