5 Seconds of Summer keep anything but calm in their DIY "Carpool Karabloke" segment.
On their hourlong commute to Apple Music's Culver City, Calif., offices to visit Beats 1 host Zane Lowe, the Aussie pop-rock group jammed out to their entire new album Calm, which arrived Friday. Frontman Luke Hemmings mimicked typical Carpool Karaoke host James Corden by doubling as the interviewer, introducing his bandmates as "an up-and-coming band. They are 5 Seconds to Mars -- I mean, 5 Seconds of Summer."
He teased the 18-minute webisode as the kangaroo edition of Corden's Carpool Karaoke, before drummer Ashton Irwin dubbed it "Carpool Karabloke," playing on the Australian slang term "bloke."