5SOS Had To Give Up Their Logo?

5sos Had Give Up Their Logo

You may have noticed that 5 Seconds of Summer have been putting out some pretty cool merch lately -- merch that doesn't include their longtime stamp of 5SOSness: the tally mark. Yeah, the new designs are punk rock, but why get rid of something classic?

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Apparently, the guys had to ditch their tally logo due to copyright, according to a now-deleted tweet from Calum Hood on Saturday. A fan asked the bandmember where all the tallies went, and Calum replied, 'copyright brah.'





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Rumor has it that clothing company Undefeated is reportedly suing the band for using their tally logo.

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Fans, of course, are not happy. They've already started a petition to get the logo back.



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Here's the merch that introduces the new skull logo.

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The skull logo was created by designer-to-the-stars Tom Gordon, who wrote on his website that their tally logo 'became too problematic.'

'In July 2014 I was asked to submit a handful of designs to a merchandise pitch for 5 Seconds of Summer based on some work of mine that the bands management had seen. What was originally supposed to be a small project turned into a full blown branding job when their tally logo became too problematic to use. The skull logo that they now use as their key branding was a quick doodle that I made at the time for a lanyard design!'



MTV News has reached out to Undefeated and 5SOS for comment on the rumors, but haven't heard back by press time.

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Instead of using their old logo, Calum, Luke, Michael and Ashton have been commissioning artists to design posters for each show -- Gordon is one of them. They're currently on their Rock Out With Your Socks Out Tour .

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The tally is nowhere to be found.