Luke Hemmings, the lead vocalist of Australian pop rock band "5 Seconds of Summer" (5SoS), celebrates his 19th birthday on Thursday, 16 July.
Born in 1996 to Andrew Hemmings and Liz Hemmings, the celeb has two siblings, Ben and Jack. His mother is a maths teacher and calls him the 'master of losing things'.
The singer became popular through various cover versions of popular songs uploaded by him on You Tube. He posted his first video on 3 February, 2011 and it was the second single by Mike Posner "Please Don't Go".
While attending Norwest Christian College, the singer teamed up with Michael Clifford and Calum Hood to form the music band "5 Seconds of Summer". Drummer Ashton Irwin joined the group on 3 December, 2011.
The young heartthrob is also the rhythm guitarist of the band and writes most of the songs along with Hood.
Some of the songs written by him are: "Don't Stop", "Kiss Me Kiss Me", "Heartbreak Girl", "Rejects" "Lost Boy", "Try Hard", "Out Of My Limit" and "Wrapped Around Your Finger".