Fans are already obsessed with the stunning visuals in the video, partly due to the departure it signals from their 'Youngblood' era, but true to the band's signature style, the beat is rocky and maybe their darkest to date. They band dropped teased the song with four teasers- with the lyrics 'Is it easier to stay, is it easier to go? The teased 'symbols' each relates to one member of the band, with Ashton explaining what the 'blood moon and match' meant to him. He wrote: "The Blood Moon and the Match represents my internal battle between my darkness and light. It represents me on a higher spiritual level. The band's official Twitter account also posted 'C. M', which is the initials of all four boys along with the cryptic symbols- with some fans even suggesting this will be the name of their next album. One fan wrote in despair: "literally, how are we supposed to stay C. M after you drop these symbols that i don't understand???
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the 5sos CALM era circle symbols all vaguely resemble letters in CALM !!!
Now, the band continue to take things up a notch. The new videos, much like the first, feature a montage of short shots to build intensity. However, this time, each of the band members unveiled a teaser of their own. Each video features its own respective member to the same snippet of the song.
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In it, the band can be seen in various locations tied up, drowning, or performing together. It Is easier to go? The video features a female lead who, near the end of the video, reveals four symbols tattooed down the center of her back. The same four symbols also appear at the end of the video on a massive poster that burns and falls. So what the heck do these symbols mean?
You may have noticed that 5 Seconds of Summer have been putting out some pretty cool merch lately -- merch that doesn't include their longtime stamp of 5SOSness: the tally mark. Yeah, the new designs are punk rock, but why get rid of something classic? Apparently, the guys had to ditch their tally logo due to copyright, according to a now-deleted tweet from Calum Hood on Saturday. A fan asked the bandmember where all the tallies went, and Calum replied, "copyright brah. Rumor has it that clothing company Undefeated is reportedly suing the band for using their tally logo. Fans, of course, are not happy. They've already started a petition to get the logo back. The skull logo was created by designer-to-the-stars Tom Gordon, who wrote on his website that their tally logo "became too problematic. What was originally supposed to be a small project turned into a full blown branding job when their tally logo became too problematic to use. The skull logo that they now use as their key branding was a quick doodle that I made at the time for a lanyard design!