5 Seconds of Summer Perform ‘Good Girls’ on 'Tonight Show': Watch

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Luke Hemmings, Ashton Irwin, Calum Hood, and Michael Clifford of 5 Seconds of Summer pose onstage during the 2014 iHeartRadio Music Festival Village on September 20, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

5 Seconds of Summer performed "Good Girls" -- and earned a typical blast of screams -- when they made their debut appearance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.

The Aussie pop-punk band came out swinging Thursday night for the eagerly-anticipated NBC broadcast, which also featured an interview with the newly-retired Yankees legend Derek Jeter.

The lava-hot four-piece rocked the late-night set with a rendition of “Good Girls,” lifted from their debut self-titled album, which topped the Billboard 200 on its release in July with 259,000 first-week sales. Michael Clifford shared the goodwill, at one point grabbing the mic and announcing: "I love Jimmy Fallon". Watch the clip below.

5SOS were all over the Tonight Show. They helped the host sing his favorite tweets with the hashtag #FallSongs, and in a backstage interview each member revealed the first album they bought.  

For the record, Clifford's first buy was Eminem’s Curtain Call from 2005, Luke Hemmings’ first choice was Good Charlotte’s The Young & the Hopeless from 2002, and Calum Hood’s earliest purchase was Blink 182’s "I Miss You" single from 2003 (not an album, but hey). When it came time for Ashton Irwin to reveal his first album, Green Day’s International Superhits! from 2001, the other lads started dissing their bandmate by messing with their mobiles. Check it out.