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Luke Hemmings joins his 5 Seconds of Summer bandmates at Global Citizen Live in Los Angeles 


Luke Hemmings puts on a captivating performance as he joins his 5 Seconds of Summer bandmates on stage at Global Citizen Live in Los Angeles after celebrating his success as a solo artist


He’s celebrating his success as a solo artist.

But on Saturday, Luke Hemmings joined his 5 Seconds of Summer (5SOS) bandmates on stage at Global Citizen Live in Los Angeles

Looking sharp in a black top, teamed with a blue pantsuit and brown boots, the 25-year-old gave his all, belting out lyrics at the historic event in favour of global unity. 

United: Luke Hemmings (pictured) joined his 5 Seconds of Summer bandmates on stage at Global Citizen Live in Los Angeles on Saturday, after celebrating his success as a solo artist

On guitar and vocals, Luke joined bandmates Michael Clifford on guitar, Calum Hood on bass and Ashton Irwin on drums.

The group also happily posed for photos on the media wall. 

Musicians across the globe gathered in support of Global Citizen’s Recovery Plan for the World, including Adam Lambert, Demi Lovato, Billie Eilish and Camila Cabello. 

Sharp: Looking sharp in a black top, teamed with a blue pantsuit and brown boots, the 25-year-old gave his all, belting out lyrics at the historic event in favour of global unity

Sharp: Looking sharp in a black top, teamed with a blue pantsuit and brown boots, the 25-year-old gave his all, belting out lyrics at the historic event in favour of global unity 

For a worthy cause: On guitar and vocals, Luke joined bandmates (from L to R) Ashton Irwin on drums, Calum Hood on bass and Michael Clifford on guitar. Pictured on the media wall

For a worthy cause: On guitar and vocals, Luke joined bandmates (from L to R) Ashton Irwin on drums, Calum Hood on bass and Michael Clifford on guitar. Pictured on the media wall 

Global Citizen’s aim is to unite in fighting poverty, climate change and vaccine inequity.  

In August, Luke hit number one on the ARIA charts with his album, When Facing The Things We Turn Away From.   

‘Wow. Debuting at #1 on the ARIA charts on my first solo release means more than I could ever express,’ Luke said in a statement.

Star-studded: Musicians across the globe gathered in support of Global Citizen's Recovery Plan for the World, including Adam Lambert, Demi Lovato, Billie Eilish and Camila Cabello

Star-studded: Musicians across the globe gathered in support of Global Citizen’s Recovery Plan for the World, including Adam Lambert, Demi Lovato, Billie Eilish and Camila Cabello

‘Thank you so much to the fans for supporting When Facing The Things We Turn Away From, downloading, streaming, and buying it. 

‘Thank you to my friends, family, and to my entire team for making this possible and being patient while I changed my mind a million times. Much love to you all.’

Luke revealed his decision to release music independently happened almost by mistake. 

United effort: Global Citizen's aim is to unite in fighting poverty, climate change and vaccine inequity

United effort: Global Citizen’s aim is to unite in fighting poverty, climate change and vaccine inequity 

Branching out: In August, Luke hit number one on the ARIA charts with his album, When Facing The Things We Turn Away From

Branching out: In August, Luke hit number one on the ARIA charts with his album, When Facing The Things We Turn Away From 

Shock: 'Wow. Debuting at #1 on the ARIA charts on my first solo release means more than I could ever express,' Luke said in a statement

Shock: ‘Wow. Debuting at #1 on the ARIA charts on my first solo release means more than I could ever express,’ Luke said in a statement 

‘I started writing songs on my own and trying to push myself in that way, and then I stumbled into it being a separate project,’ he told Rollacoaster.  

‘I think at the start of writing it was less intense topics, and then once I broke the seal I was more comfortable writing about harder things, and going through family history,’ he explained. 

‘The whole album basically revolves around trying to decipher the last ten years and all the things that are put on the back burner,’ he said. 

By chance: Luke revealed his decision to release music independently happened almost by mistake. 'I started writing songs on my own and trying to push myself in that way, and then I stumbled into it being a separate project,' he told Rollacoaster

By chance: Luke revealed his decision to release music independently happened almost by mistake. ‘I started writing songs on my own and trying to push myself in that way, and then I stumbled into it being a separate project,’ he told Rollacoaster

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