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Luke Hemmings ‘Starting Line’: 5SOS singer's debut solo single's MV praised as 'incredible'

'Starting Line' is the first track from 5SOS Luke Hemmings’ newly-announced solo debut album ‘When Facing the Things We Turn Away From’
Luke Hemmings from 5SOS in a still from 'Starting Line' (YouTube@lukehemmings)
Luke Hemmings from 5SOS in a still from 'Starting Line' (YouTube@lukehemmings)

5 Seconds of Summer (5SOS) member Luke Hemmings has got on to a perfect start of his solo career with the song called ‘Starting Line’ depicting his new journey. The handsome Australian crooner took to his social media accounts to share a stunning video of the song with his loyal fans.

The brand new single is the first track from Hemmings’ newly-announced solo debut album ‘When Facing the Things We Turn Away From’ which is all set to hit the Internet on August 13, 2021, via Sony. Luke Hemmings is the second member of 5 Seconds of Summer to embark on a solo music career after Ashton Irwin announced his solo album ‘Superbloom’ in September 2020 Despite the band being together, they have not released any new music since March 2020. Their last album was titled ‘Calm’ which included songs like ‘Red Desert’, ‘No Shame’, ‘Old Me’, ‘Easier’ and 'Teeth’ among others.
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5SOS Luke Hemmings' new music video

The 24-year-old crooner had dropped the visualizer of the song ‘Starting Line’ a week ago but he now made his fans proud with a brand new video for the song sending his listeners into a tizzy. In the music video, the Australian heartthrob can be seen walking, jumping, and running across the city as he sings his heart out. Hemmings looks dapper in a red shirt with vest while rocking a sturdy pair of converse.

Talking about the lyrics, he begins the emotional song with, “In and out of focus, Moments that I keep/ Something for the pain, And something so I sleep/ Won’t you comfort me?, Warm the air that I breathe. He then slips into the chorus with, “I wake up every morning with the years ticking by/ I’m missing all these memories, maybe they were never mine/ I feel the walls are closing, I’m running out of the time/ I think I missed the gun at the starting line.”  Speaking of his debut solo single, Hemmings in a statement, said, “Starting Line’ discusses missing various memories. You’re reflecting on your youth and all of the madness and craziness. It’s like you’re forgetting so many pieces of your life – not from vices or anything – but from the sheer volume.” He continued, “I had to figure out how to fill a lot of gaps for myself in a positive way. It’s the human condition to change everything up after so long”, as reported by NME.



‘Luke Hemmings is the definition of perfection', says Twitter

Social media users had a ball watching the new music video released by Hemmings. To express their joy, they took to Twitter where one user claimed, “Luke Hemmings is the definition of perfection.” Another stated, “Therapy is expensive but watching luke hemmings running around the city is free & its effective.”

One, however, trolled the singer for running around the city in the MV and said, “Luke Hemmings did a music video and workout at the same time what multitasking king.” On similar lines, one posted, “I didn't know Luke Hemmings appeared in the Spiderman movie wow.” One loyal fan complained about Luke Hemmings' Instagram, “Luke Hemmings really made us go treasure hunting to find the music video istg can this man PLEASE PROMOTE HIS OWN MUSIC?” Whereas, one tweeted, “So proud @Luke5SOS. Starting Line is just incredible. Can’t wait to embrace more of your art.”  The next one said, “I’m speechless. That was amazing. I think I speak for everyone when I say I’m so PROUD of how far you have come. And I hope to be like you when I am older and have your view on the world.” While another concluded, “I just want to stand through the sunroof of my car with starting line by Luke Hemmings blasting through the speakers as i scream the lyrics into the wind and sunset. Is that so much to ask for?”