Review: 5 Seconds of Summer Go Full-On Pop With 'Youngblood'

Written by on June 14, 2018

With its eternal ties to awkward post-adolescent angst, pop-punk is not a genre that's meant to carry a band through a full career. So it’s not surprising that on their third album, 5 Seconds of Summer have already aged out of the sound that built their success. Instead, Youngblood goes full pop, leaning into some Eighties inflection and foregoing the bratty, DGAF ethos of their earlier

This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Review: 5 Seconds of Summer Go Full-On Pop With ‘Youngblood’

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