5 Seconds Of Summer Share Reform School-Themed "Good Girls" Music Video
UPDATE (10/10): It's finally here! 5SOS dropped the video for "Good Girls," their third single to hit the States on Friday afternoon. The clip plays out like a movie: The boys pretend to be classical musicians, hired by a reform school to calm some delinquent divas. They even dress up in ripped suits, no less. Drummer Ashton Irwin looks very AC/DC here, perhaps a head nod to the Australian band? The video plays out like some beautiful hybrid of Blink-182's "Feeling This", My Chemical Romance's "I'm Not Okay" and Good Charlotte's "Little Things" videos. All iconic, all cinematic. Watch it above!
Original Story: Earlier this month Aussie heartthrobs 5 Seconds Of Summer performed parody versions of Blink-182, Jay-Z and System of a Down songs on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon that were inspired by viewers' seasonal tweets. After their foray into fall-themed comedy, the teens tackled "Good Girls," the next single from their self-titled debut full-length. Apparently it's the gift that keeps on giving: The boys have now shared a teaser for the song's upcoming music video and boy, things are getting naughty.
The clip shows scenes from outside a women's prison, with gorgeous inmates flipping off cameras and holding their identification placards. Good girls are just bad girls that haven't been caught, right? Pop-punk purists might liken it to a PG version of Blink-182's "Feeling This" video. The 5SOS official Twitter account has been direct messaging the link to die-hard fans with the date October 10. Get ready for Friday!