5 Seconds of Summer star in hilarious video to promote their Australian tour

5 Seconds of Summer star in hilarious video to promote their Australian tour – as fans demand that they become official ambassadors for the country

5 Seconds of Summer sent their fans wild on Wednesday after posting a hilarious video about life Down Under as they announced their latest Australian.

The Australian rock band shared a cheeky video to YouTube encouraging their international fans to ‘come to Australia’ for a unique Aussie experience.

In the video, the boys stand in front of a green screen which scrolls through notable Australian landmarks including the Sydney Harbour Bridge, Opera House and the Big Banana.

5 Seconds of Summer sent their fans wild on Wednesday after posting a hilarious video about life in Australia as they announced their latest tour Down Under

5 Seconds of Summer sent their fans wild on Wednesday after posting a hilarious video about life in Australia as they announced their latest tour Down Under

‘See koalas, quokkas and the Great Barrier Reef,’ bassist Calum Hood says.

‘Come to Australia, we’re not that bad,’ guitarist Michael Clifford adds. 

A photo of the Australian flag then appears with their national November and December tour dates listed.

The Australian rock group shared a cheeky video to YouTube encouraging their international fans to 'come to Australia' for a unique Aussie experience

The Australian rock group shared a cheeky video to YouTube encouraging their international fans to ‘come to Australia’ for a unique Aussie experience 

It didn’t take long for many of their 7.9million followers to compliment the hilarious video.

One fan quipped they were thrilled 5SOS were the ‘ambassadors of the whole country’.

An international fan then said the band had given them ‘one more reason to visit Australia’.

The band stands in front of a green screen which scrolls through notable Australian landmarks including the Sydney Harbour Bridge (pictured), Opera House and the Big Banana

The band stands in front of a green screen which scrolls through notable Australian landmarks including the Sydney Harbour Bridge (pictured), Opera House and the Big Banana

The band released their fifth studio album, titled 5SOS5, on September 23. 

They recently released the first single from the album, titled Me, Myself & I.

5SOS frontman Luke Hemmings said: ‘Me, Myself & I is a really exciting song for us to have on the record that we’ve spent the last two years making.’

They will perform in Perth on November 30, Brisbane on December 2 and Melbourne on December 4.

'See koalas, quokkas and the Great Barrier Reef,' bassist Calum Hood says

‘See koalas, quokkas and the Great Barrier Reef,’ bassist Calum Hood says

'Come to Australia, we're not that bad,' they tell their fans

‘Come to Australia, we’re not that bad,’ they tell their fans

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