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    5 Seconds of Summer - How Did We End Up Here?

    2015, Documentary
    On December 3rd 2011, 5 Seconds of Summer played their first gig at The Annandale Hotel in their native Sydney, Australia. It was their first time together playing as a four piece. The rest, as they say, is history. This film is the story of four young friends (Calum, Ashton, Luke & Michael) from the western suburbs of Sydney who formed a band and got to travel to the other side of the globe sharing their music, winning awards, selling millions of records and generally conquering the world. The film includes all-access documentary footage with the band as they travel from continent to continent, telling the story of their incredible journey from that first gig in Sydney to selling out three consecutive nights at Wembley Arena. We also hear from some of the band's inspirations, the musicians who gave them their musical education, including Chad Smith from the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Alex Gaskarth from All Time Low, Good Charlottes' Madden Brothers and John Feldmann. This is only just the start for 5 Seconds of Summer...

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