‘Don’t Stop’ EP Release Makes Fans Buzzing on the Internet
By Karen Nielsen Palconit | June 13, 2014 5:50 PM EST
Followers of the youthful, Australian pop-rock band had pridefully shared their feedbacks in Twitter with the #DONTSTOPEP, ranking number three as of June 13. Since iTunes's release of downloadable copy of the said album with a price of $1.19, fans have expressed their praises for the band's undeniable talent to capture their emotion in that social media site. Some of them banged their heads while listening and other fans also reiterated the songs, not getting tired of being absorbed in the pop-rock fusion of "5 Seconds of Summer."
But, not everyone found themselves joyful. While others were celebrating for having a copy of the EP, some were brooding. Fans in the area of North America could not get a hold of the trending album. But what they could do, though, was to listen to the teasers of the song like "Don't Stop" that spanned to at leat one minute. Its official release date is yet to be announced but what the fans could rely on was that the band kept their pop-rock flavor to their music. More importantly, it was them themselves who composed the songs with the help of Steve Robson and BusBee, who were both songwriters and music producers, for the song, "Don't Stop."
Included in the EP were: "Don't Stop" (Ashton Demo Vocal) with a length of 2:49; "Rejects, 2:49 long;" "Try Hard, spanning 3:14;" and "Wrapped Around Your Finger with 3:40 in length." Some fans graciously posted the lyrics of the songs in the Internet so at least fans from North America, particularly U.S. and Canada, could have a glimpse of what the pieces were about.
The fame of "5 Seconds of Summer was palpable, always creating a buzz among fans and other music lovers. Their recent cover of the song, "American Idiot" for Kerrang!'s tribute to the American band, "Green Day," earned compliments from people. In addition to that, it was also a trending topic in Twitter. In fact, most of their songs ranked high on Twitter on previous weeks.
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