Following the completion of the recording, the band began touring, starting at smaller venues around the Boston area to larger ones across North America. The music video for the first single, "Just the Girl", a homage to "A Hard Day's Night" by The Beatles, was released in the summer and autumn of 2005 to MTV, VH1, and other outlets. Their debut album, Greetings from Imrie House, was released 16 August 2005. After a rigorous nine month US Tour, the Click Five toured Asia in 2006, visiting Singapore, Malaysia, and Japan, and later toured the British Isles that autumn with McFly.
In late 2006, lead singer Eric Dill left the band. In early 2007, the band brought on new lead singer Kyle Patrick, another Berklee student. The band recorded their second album, Modern Minds and Pastimes, in the early months of 2007 and released it on 26 June 2007. The release was followed by a small United States tour. The band returned to Asia in autumn 2007 with a significantly larger itinerary. They were given the title "Band of the Year" by 987FM (Singapore) in the Top 100 Countdown of 2007.
On August 2, 2008, The Click Five won the Knockout Award at MTV Asia Awards 2008, in Genting Highlands, Malaysia. On August 29, 2008, lead singer Kyle Patrick announced on his Myspace page that he is going on a solo acoustic tour with his friend Jesse Ruben in some cities in the US.
They are currently writing new material which they plan to have something new out by early 2009.
|Year||Single||US Hot 100||US Pop 100||Album|
|2005||"Angel to You (Devil to Me)"||—||—||Angel to You (Devil to Me) EP|
|"Just the Girl"||11||8||Greetings from Imrie House|
|"Catch Your Wave"||108||68|
|2006||"Pop Princess" 1||—||—|
|"Voices Carry" 1||—||—|
|2007||"Jenny"||—||—||Modern Minds and Pastimes|
|"Happy Birthday" 2||—||—|
|2008||"Flipside" 2 3||—||—|
1 US iTunes single.
2 Released only in South East Asia.
3 Radio-only single.
4 Single currently charting.