5 Seconds Of Summer's Luke Hemmings has been having a chinwag about the most important lesson he's learnt so far - although sadly, it doesn't involve how to make our favourite pasta dish covered in cheese and served with a side of garlic bread.
There's still time, Hemmo.
Instead, Luke has revealed the most important thing he's learnt from other bands, explaining that Good Charlotte, the first band he went to see live, have been a huge inspiration.
Chatting to Young Post, he said: "They're
four dudes from a small town who stuck to their guns and became huge.
That's what stuck with me the most."
El Hemmo, who said 'sticking to their guns' was the secret to their success (plus producing amazing music, obvs), added that 5SOS never expected such global success.
He admitted: "When we started going on tour in Sydney we never expected we'd be able to play
at all these places around the world. We were very confident in
ourselves and knew we had something special, but I don't think we knew
how big we could make it. It blows my mind."
We knew you could do it, boys. Our crystal ball/spidey senses/the fact that we have ears and know good music when we hear it told us so.
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