With their grungy good looks and super-catchy pop punk singalongs, 5SOS write their own songs and play their own instruments - they are a lot more than just another boy band. Inside this ultimate fan guide you'll discover a whole heap of exclusive info about Ash, Cal, Mike and Luke - your new fave group! Join them on their journey and catch up with everything you need to know: the two world tours (so far!), the awesome music, the fan fever, what they like and what they want. And of course the (One) Direction they are taking with their very famous friends!
Dare I admit it - I am a bit of a 5 Seconds of Summer fan. I watched a documentary that followed them and their mums on tour and was completely charmed by them and their music. They have amazing talent and have the potential to go far in the music industry if they can keep their feet on the ground. My Miss Eight has recently discovered music so I thought she might like this book. When she realised they weren't One Direction her interest dropped though she did spend some time looking at the book and then having a big discussion about 5 Seconds of Summer vs One Direction!
This book doesn't have a lot of information but does give a good description of how they came to be and has some good photos which could easily be chopped up for a great collage. This would have been great if it came with a poster but the collage potential is a bonus.
Overall this is probably a good stocking filler for any 5 Seconds of Summer fan and will keep the recipient engrossed for a short time unless they really enjoy looking at the pictures and then it may become a much leafed through book or a collage to be viewed on the wall.
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