The guys of 5 Seconds of Summer were not thrown together like their pals of One Direction were on the reality singing competition show The X Factor, but they even field questions about splitting up and going solo.
The Australian four-piece has been making their rounds doing radio press and they recently stopped by to chat with Howard Stern for his radio show about a gamut of topics spanning from living on the road out of suitcases to whether or not they would go solo. They also mentioned who in the group would release solo music first and so much more.
The questions about going solo conjured up a definitive response that Ashton Irwin, Luke Hemmings, Calum Hood and Michael Clifford all agree with.
During their chat, the oldest 5SOS member dished why they will not have to solo anytime soon at least.
"The good thing about this band is if you listen to our recent album, Sounds Good Feels Good, you'll hear different types of songs," Irwin said, explaining, "And that's because we all have creative freedom in this band."
The drummer then explained how their sophomore LP ends with the tune "Carry On," which he wrote along with Hemmings and the other two were cool with it ending the album.
"We're all on the same page," Clifford chimed in when Stern asked if the albums are split like a democracy so like Irwin gets two songs so the others do too kind of deal.
The band continued to candidly speak about how they're just open and honest with each other when it comes to playing songs that are possibly going to wind up on their albums.
They didn't totally diss the idea of eventually going solo, but for now they seem pretty content about being one cohesive unit since they all seamlessly gel together.