That was kinda hot though, right? 5 Seconds of Summer finally released their highly anticipated music video for ‘She’s Kinda Hot,’ and it’s definitely one of our favorite videos of the summer! Watch it here.
5 Seconds of Summer strikes again! Following the release of their catchy pop-punk song “She’s Kinda Hot” on July 17, the band dropped the music video on Aug. 3 — finally! Oh, and Luke Hemmings, 19, Michael Clifford, 19, Calum Hood, 19, and Ashton Irwin, 21, are hotter than ever in the amazing video!
The video starts off with a montage of boys stuck in a rut of not doing anything with their lives, whether they’re in a shrinks office or playing video games. When the guys finally appear, they’re sitting on the steps of a house singing the fitting lyrics. There’s a ton of cool graphics throughout the video too, including light up music notes, devil horns, you name it!
When we finally get to the energetic chorus of the song, the guys are playing on top of a neon stage singing “she’s kinda hot though” — however, we’re thinking they’re kinda hot! We’ve been obsessed with the song since it came out, as it displays a more mature sound from the boys, while also tapping into their rebellious side we’ve fallen in love with.
Ashton Irwin Explains The Meaning Behind ‘She’s Kinda Hot’
“She’s Kinda Hot” has blown up on the radio airwaves ever since 5SOS released the song. Contrary to the title of the track, the song isn’t about a girl being just a little bit hot. It’s actually supposed to represent a safe haven where every single one of their fans can feel like they belong. “We kind of planned on it being a song of revolution for our fans, and we made up the lyric ‘We are the kings and the queens of the new broken scene,'” Ashton told Billboard. “The idea of the ‘new broken scene’ is of a revolution for our fans to get behind. It’s almost for the misfits and stuff like that, and it’s for us to give our fans a place to belong.”
What do you think, HollywoodLifers? Did 5SOS’ music video for “She’s Kinda Hot” live up to your expectations?
— Michelle Phi & Julianne Ishler