You're not Down Under anymore! 5 Seconds of Summer 'kicked out of Hollywood bar for being underage'

Hitting Hollywood, the 5 Seconds of Summer boys were probably hoping for a wild night out, but the band's evening came to a crashing halt on Saturday, according to reports.

The group were seen leaving Los Angeles nightspot The Nice Guy after cops reportedly asked them to leave for being underage.

With the legal drinking age 21 in the States, the Australian band's four members Luke Hemmings,18, Michael Clifford, 19, Calum Hood, 19 and Ashton Irwin, 20 all found themselves heading home early.

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Heading home: 5SOS's Michael Clifford looked dejected after the band were reportedly asked to leave West Hollywood nightspot The Nice Guy because they're under the legal drinking age in the US

Heading home: 5SOS's Michael Clifford looked dejected after the band were reportedly asked to leave West Hollywood nightspot The Nice Guy because they're under the legal drinking age in the US

Looking dejected, the foursome were spotted leaving the West Hollywood venue with some girls, with eyewitnesses claiming the group were asked to leave the lounge bar by police officers. 

Mail Online has contacted a representative for the band for comment.

Guitarist Michael looked particularly dispirited as he headed outside, dressed in a denim jacket covered in retro patches.

Bandmate Calum looked a little cheerier, flashing a smile as he chatted with his friends after the drama.

The bassist was matching Michael in a denim jacket and black skinny jeans.

Too young: Calum Hood (left) and Luke Hemmings' night appeared to end early after they were spotted leaving the popular venue
Too young: Calum Hood (left) and Luke Hemmings' night appeared to end early after they were spotted leaving the popular venue

Too young: Calum Hood (left) and Luke Hemmings' night appeared to end early after they were spotted leaving the popular venue 

Sorry guys! The group, who were accompanied by some girls, looked unsure as to where to head next 

Sorry guys! The group, who were accompanied by some girls, looked unsure as to where to head next 

Luke Hemmings continued the skinny jeans uniform, with the singer looking in glum spirits as he sat in the back of the band's car, as the group decided what to do with the rest of their night.

The foursome have been based in California as they work on their second album.

In between supporting One Direction on their One The Road Again tour last month in Japan, the band have been working hard on their new music over the past few weeks.

Laughing it off: Calum saw the funny side as he chatted to pals outside after the drama

Laughing it off: Calum saw the funny side as he chatted to pals outside after the drama

Band uniform: Luke and Ashton Irwin both wore skinny black jeans for their night out
Band uniform: Luke and Ashton Irwin both wore skinny black jeans for their night out

Band uniform: Luke and Ashton Irwin both wore skinny black jeans for their night out 

Break from work: The band were enjoying time off from the studio where they've been working hard on their next album

Break from work: The band were enjoying time off from the studio where they've been working hard on their next album

Despite the disappointing end to their night, Saturday started out as a productive day for the hit-makers, with Michael tweeting: 

'fun day of recording our butts off with @Luke5SOS :) so excited for this damn record.' 

Michael told Capital last week that fans won't have long to wait for the new music but their arena tour Rock Out With Your Socks Out, which continues in Portugal next month, is also keeping them busy.

No worries: The Aussie lads lightened up about their predicament once they were outside

No worries: The Aussie lads lightened up about their predicament once they were outside

'We've written most of it, and we're recording it now,' he explained. 'We'll release it when it's right, whether it's on the tour or at the end of the tour. New music will definitely be out this year.'

After working with Benji and Joel Madden on their hit 2014 single Amnesia, the band have confirmed they're working with the Good Charlotte duo for their sophomore album.

Luke teased: 'They've had a big role in the album this time, even more so than the last album. It's been really fun.'

'We really look up to them, their whole movement as a band. It's amazing they're on board with us. They're great dudes.'

Coming through: The band and their friends were mobbed as they exited the venue

Coming through: The band and their friends were mobbed as they exited the venue

 

   

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