The pop rock band – comprising Luke Hemmings, Michael Clifford, Calum Hood and Ashton Irwin – experienced previously moved the ‘No Disgrace Tour’ dates from wintertime 2020 to March, because of to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, but now they have taken the final decision to reschedule the exhibits all over again, mainly because it is “in the finest fascination of lover basic safety”.

Although there are no new dates accessible at the time of crafting, the 4-piece have mentioned the 10-date operate will now coincide with their 10th anniversary towards the stop of 2021.

In a assertion issued on their social media webpages, the ‘Youngblood’ hitmakers stated: “In the best curiosity of lover basic safety, we have resolved to reschedule our approaching Australian dates to later in the 12 months. You should hold on to your tickets.

“Sorry for the wait, but we’re so energized that the new dates coincide with our 10th anniversary and we get to devote it at house.”

The group released their fourth studio album, ‘CALM’, last March, while drummer Ashton dropped his debut solo album, ‘Superbloom’, in Oct.

And he teased that he and his bandmates were scheduling to strike the studio to operate on new songs this 12 months.

He said at the time: “I’ve often been actually driven in pushing that band into the stratosphere. I’ve been just about every practically each location on earth and advised them that I give a f*** about staying in 5 Seconds of Summer months.

“There are only positives. We have options to get in the studio and charge into our ten years-anniversary with new audio, which is [in 2021].”

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