Universal Music Group has signed a new label deal with BMG 5 Seasons of Summer, following four albums with impressions. The group’s first single with BMG will be on the docket early next year, followed by their fifth album in 2022.
“It’s a testament to the band’s unity, hard work and ambition that together in these ten years together, they still share the same enthusiasm and music and aspirations to be the biggest band in the world,” said Benjamin Evans, the group’s manager of 17 artists, in a statement. “We look forward to now and would like to thank the entire team of Hartwig Masuch, Thomas Shearer, Dan Gill, Cindy Linot and BMG for showing such passion for being part of the band’s future.”
With the announcement of the label, the change of guard will seem complete within 5 seconds of the summer camp. Diversity It was reported in March that the group had severed ties with both its management, modest management and the Interscope label.
The Australian group released its first three albums on Capitol in the United States before heading to Interscope within the UMG family for a fourth release. These first three albums, starting with the group’s self-titled debut in 2014, all bowed to No. 1 on the Billboard 200 – the first time in history that a band pulled that three-pitt from the gate. Their most recent album, released in March 2020, was about one-fourth of their No. 1 as “Cool”, it premiered at No. 2. Of “Youngblood” in 2018.
“With their high level of success and global appeal, BMG is the perfect partner for a band of this magnitude and what they want to achieve. Ash, Michael, Luke and Callum are now both entrepreneurs and producers.” We are proud to welcome the band, Ben Evans, James Sully and the entire 5SOS team and family to BMG.
The band’s recent North American tour, late in the late 201s, found headlines like their LA forum with the opening of Chainsaws.