Five AM may be one of our best-kept secrets. They are a hidden gem band that we’ve been listening to for a while now, and we’re sorry we’ve been keeping them from you, but we’re sharing them now!
Five AM is an alternative band out of Illinois. This four-piece enjoys genre-bending so as not to put themselves into a bubble. Those genres include pop, rock, and hip-hop, and every time they release a new single – you never know what you’re going to get. They are phenomenal!
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Today, Five AM has dropped a collab called ‘Wrong’ with none other than Kellin Quinn, and we know we’ve mentioned our love for the Sleeping With Sirens frontman one or two or 5,000 times, but this collab sets the bar exceptionally high for any future team-ups.
‘Wrong’ is a fierce track from the beginning. The punchy, hypnotic beats kick-off on the very first note, and continue to build as the song progresses. The song starts with a fade into the first verse with the lyrics “it don’t feel right unless it feels a little bit wrong,” and let’s take a minute to appreciate the kickass vocals from Five AM!
If you aren’t already dancing along by the time the chorus rolls around, you’re doing it wrong! The perfectly crafted instrumentals keep inviting you back for more. Add in Kellin’s signature, intoxicating vocals to harmonize flawlessly, and my god – we are swooning! Their sound on this track reminds us a little bit of Point North, another band we are obsessed with, but with that familiar Five AM essence that we have come to know and love. If this isn’t a hit song, we swear to god we’re gonna riot!
If you don’t believe us, just check out the song below! Go ahead – we’ll wait…
Now that you’ve listened to it, appreciated it, and fell in love with it (btw, you’re welcome), check out these other Five AM songs that we can’t get enough of (we told you we were gonna share 😌). And click here to take the new song with you wherever you go!
Need more new music in your life? We got the hookup!
Featured Image Source: as posted by Five AM via Twitter