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Watch All Time Low And 5SOS Perform At The Teen Awards

After both bands teamed up recently when 5SOS guitarist Michael Clifford joined the Baltimore pop-punks onstage last month, the pair joined forces…
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All Time Low and 5 Seconds Of Summer hit BBC Radio 1’s Teen Awards in London this weekend.

After both bands teamed up recently when 5SOS guitarist Michael Clifford joined the Baltimore pop-punks onstage last month, the pair joined forces again in the capital at London’s The SSE Arena, Wembley. Watch All Time Low performing Kids In The Dark and 5 Seconds Of Summer playing Hey Everybody! below, and let us know what you think in the comments!

You can see both bands live in the UK next year (though not together, sadly) – keep scrolling for full dates and ticket info.

Here’s All Time Low’s Kids In The Dark:

And 5 Seconds Of Summer doing Hey Everybody!:

Catch All Time Low live at the following dates next year:

February 2016

10 Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
11 London O2 Arena
12 Manchester Arena
13 Birmingham Barclaycard Arena
15 Glasgow SSE Arena

And see 5 Seconds Of Summer at the following:

April 2016

5 Sheffield Arena
7 London O2 Arena
8 London O2 Arena
9 Brighton Centre
11 Leeds First Direct Arena
12 Nottingham Capital FM Arena
14 Birmingham Genting Arena
15 Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
18 Newcastle Metro Radio Arena
19 Glasgow SSE Hydro
20 Glasgow SSE Hydro
22 Manchester Arena
23 Manchester Arena
25 Belfast SSE Arena
26 Dublin 3Arena

Tickets are on sale from the Kerrang! Ticket Store!

Posted on November 8th 2015, 10:08p.m.
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