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5SOS's Calum: 'We've gone from playing to 12 kids to 25,000 people'

Aussie band 5 Seconds Of Summer wrapped up their global Rock Out With Your Socks Out tour last night and bass player Calum Hood revealed that it was a bittersweet moment. 

Writing on his official Twitter page this morning, the heartthrob confessed that he is overwhelmed by the support and enthusiasm they have received from fans over the last 5 months and he can't believe it's all over:

"Melancholy day. Last day of tour. Thank you so much to our touring crew who work so hard for us. Hey Violet, for being such a rad band. And most importantly, you guys. For being relentlessly supportive and overwhelmingly vocal and energetic."

The heartthrob then added that the most incredible thing of all is watching his band going from playing to a small roomful of people to selling out arenas and stadiums: "I will never forget you guys giving us the opportunity to go from playing to 12 people to 25,000 people. There is so much love."

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