5 Seconds of Summer Releases New Single 'Want You Back,' Announces 2018 Tour

5 Seconds of Summer fans, get ready for new music. The band has officially released their first single in two years, in the form of the apologetic pop track “Want You Back.”

“You know even when I say I’ve moved on/You know even though I know that you’re gone/All I think about is where I went wrong/Yeah I still dream of you,” the lyrics read in the synth-y upbeat tune.

Since their Billboard 200 hit sophomore album Sounds Good Feels Good was released in 2015, the mega popular four-part group has been in Los Angeles, writing and recording their upcoming 2018 record. The highly anticipated album, however, isn’t the only thing fans can look forward to. 5SOS is hitting the road this spring on a 26-venue tour.

Tickets go on sale March 2. See the full list of tour dates below.

3/20      Stockholm, SE - Debaser Strand
3/23      Antwerp, BE - Trix
3/24      Cologne, DE - Gloria
3/26      Amsterdam, NL - Melkweg
3/29      Milan, IT - Fabrique
4/4        Paris, FR - Yoyo
4/5        London, UK - Heaven
4/8        Boston, MA - Paradise Rock Club
4/9        Philadelphia, PA - Theatre of Living Arts
4/10      Silver Spring, MD - The Fillmore Silver Spring
4/12      New York, NY - Irving Plaza
4/13      Toronto, ON - The Danforth Music Hall
4/15      Minneapolis, MN - Varsity Theater
4/16      Chicago, IL -  House of Blues Chicago
4/18      Nashville, TN - Cannery Ballroom
4/19      Dallas, TX - House of Blues Dallas
4/21      Houston, TX - House of Blues Houston
4/23      Phoenix, AZ - The Van Buren
4/25      Los Angeles, CA - The Belasco Theater
4/26      San Diego, CA - House of Blues San Diego
4/27      San Francisco, CA - The Fillmore
5/2        Singapore, Singapore - Capitol Theatre
5/24      Sydney, Australia - Metro
5/29      Melbourne, Australia - 170 Russell
6/4        Mexico City, Mexico - Lunario Del Auditorio Nacional
6/6        Sao Paolo, Brazil - Cine Joia
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