The new song, “Youngblood” by Five Seconds of Summer (5SOS) is one of their better offerings. The chorus riff alone is worth learning off of this one. I examine the guitars parts for you and put into perspective how effective layered guitar lines (even easy pop ones) can be.
The version I present to you here is perfect for a full-band rendering. This is not what I like to call a “strum and grin” cheese version. This is playin’ it real.
I have pulled out what I have interpreted after a once over with the song yesterday. I may tweak things a little more as I listen, especially in the bass during the chorus. When I do, I will re-send the tab and comment here on additions or changes.
Guitar Pro Tab
2 thoughts on ““Youngblood” – 5SOS continue strong with their irresistible, slippery and quirky riffs and rhymes.”
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Thank you so much Jeremy! Gives me some motivation to write more. I’ve been so busy with other music activities, but your message has really made me realize how important it is to write about music at a deeper level. Have a great week!