5SOS is finally back in their beloved homeland to wrap up the eight-month long headliner event, the Sounds Live Feels Live tour. Luke Hemmings, Michael Clifford, Calum Hood and Ashton Irwin will now rock Australia until October 5.

The website has been following the boys’ journey since they kicked off the concert on Feb. 19 in Japan. They have been to Asia, Europe, North America and Mexico.

5SOS arrived in the Land Down Under on Sept. 29 to perform at the Margaret Court Arena in Melbourne. Then, they went to Riverbridge, Brisbane on Oct. 2.

The rockstars will perform the final nights together at the Hordern Pavilion in Sydney on Oct. 4 and 5. They have arrived in Sydney, and fans are there to show support for the band, reports Just Jared.

The lads took a photo of their jam-packed event in Brisbane and happily shared it on social media. The photo gathered more than 300k, which obviously shows the love of their followers not just in Australia but globally as well.

The website was also able to gather highlights from the moment they started to rock Nagoya, Tokyo and other parts of Asia. They also had an epic July 4th performance in the U.S.

Read more about the boys’ journey in Asia here and in the U.S. here.

Notably, 5SOS held the Sounds Live Feels Live concert to give thanks for their success and also to promote the second album, Sounds Good Feels Good. The sophomore material has been available in music sites and record stores since October 2015.

The boys have been soaring high in the music industry since 2011. One Direction discovered their talent after being YouTube sensations.

Their big stint came when the British pop band invited them to perform on two of their major concerts. Today, the rock quartet was able to carve their name in the music industry and in the rock scene as a four-piece rock band.

Stay tuned for more exciting news about 5SOS here at ANN.