VIDEO: 5 Seconds of Summer Perform 'She Looks so Perfect', 'Amnesia' on TODAY
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Crowds gathered at New York's Rockefeller Plaza as early as last Thursday to get a front row seat for Australian pop/punk band 5 Seconds of Summer, who performed on this morning's TODAY as part of the show's Toyota Concert Series.
The band then rocked the audience with renditions of "She Looks so Perfect" and "Amnesia," both of which appear on their self-titled debut album, out today, Tuesday July 22. Check out the appearance below!
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