5 Seconds of Summer is getting ready to drop their fourth studio album next month, and each new song makes us more excited about this record. Their latest single “No Shame” is no different, and it comes with a pretty colorful and lively music video.
The music video for this catchy track is the most perfect reflection of its titles, and it shows a series of pretty sketchy characters performing public displays of shamelessness, like drinking out of a milk carton and taking selfies in front of a car accident.
“No Shame” was directed by Ariana Grande’s frequent collaborator Hannah Lux Davis, who had a blast working with the members of this Australian pop-rock band.
“It was so much fun collaborating with the guys on this video. They fearlessly dove into each scene and trusted me to deliver a visual with this much punch. It’s something different for all of us and I’m excited with how it turned out,” Davis told Rolling Stone.
“No Shame” will be featured on the band’s next album Calm, set to be released on March 27th, with previously released singles “Easier” and “Teeth”.