SANTA MONICA, CA - AUGUST 17: (L-R) Musicians Ashton Irwin, Michael Clifford, Calum Hood and Luke Hemmings of 5 Seconds of Su
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Update (9/17): For many countries around the world, the mysterious 5 Seconds of Summer website The New Broken Scene just got a little less mysterious. After logging in, kids from Argentina, Brazil, Finland, Netherlands, Norway, Poland and the United Kingdom are eligible to win a trip to Atlanta, Georgia on October 31 (Halloween!) for The New Broken Scene (A Derp Con Event). For those of you not in the know, Derp Con was the band's fan convention held in Los Angeles last year. Here's hoping kids stateside get to go, too!

Original story (9/12): The release of 5 Seconds of Summer's highly anticipated sophomore album, Sounds Good Feels Good, is right around the corner. To prepare, the Aussie boys apparently want to...confuse the hell out of us with mysterious websites?

Today the foursome have launched, a movement to reflect the message of positivity found in their single, "She's Kinda Hot."

If you enter the site, you give permission for the boys to take over your Twitter and share the #TheNewBrokenScene gospel. Do it if you dare! Then watch guitarist Michael Clifford sing the Pokemon theme song. You know you want to.