5SOS Ashton Irwin Reveals New Tattoo; Who Is It For? [PHOTOS]

Instagram/ Ashton Irwin

The boys of 5SOS can easily grab the people’s attention not just with the girl they’re with, but also with their newest haircuts, hair colors, style and even new tattoos. Recently, drummer Ashton Irwin got a new ink. As a result, questions like “where” and “who is it for” started to surface on the Internet.

The suave drummer teased the fans of his new tattoo via his Instagram account. As what we can see, he had a heart-shaped tattoo on his left wrist. Sugar Scape described the photo as “nonchalant chin-on-fist pose” that intended to reveal the newest body artwork.

❤️☮ xx

A photo posted by アシュトン A S H T O N (@ashtonirwin) on

The heart-shaped tattoo is to match the other one on his right wrist, explained the site. They also added that it is also a bit inspired by the Safety Pin logo.

Notably, Irwin was not the first person who made the news for having a new ink. Bassist Calum Hood was in the headlines for his new body etching.

A lot of love for this dude @theroyenglish

A photo posted by Calum Hood (@calumhood) on

For that, Kpopstarz notes that the fans think it could be about his former girlfriend, Jennifer Phipps, but this remains a mystery.

As for the band, Irwin and Hood, along with Michael Clifford and Luke Hemmings are about to hit Nagoya, Japan on Feb. 19 to kickstart to the “Sounds Live Feels Live” tour. The Aussie band will first invade Asia, then the United Kingdom, Europe, the United States, Canada, and Central America before finishing the 8-month leg to their beloved hometown, Australia.

The concert was organized to give thanks to the fans for the success of their sophomore album, “Sounds Good Feels Good” which includes the hottest songs, “She’s Kinda Hot,” “Fly Away,” “Hey Everybody,” and “Jet Black Heart.”

Check out the Asian tour dates below:

  • 19 Feb 2016- Century Hall Nagoya, Japan
  • 20 Feb 2016- Intex Osaka, Japan
  • 23 Feb 2016- Budokan Tokyo, Japan
  • 27 Feb 2016- Shanghai Grand Stage Shanghai, China
  • 29 Feb 2016- Xinzhuang Stadium Taipei, Taiwan
  • 02 Mar 2016- KL Convention Centre Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • 03 Mar 2016- Star Theatre Singapore
  • 05 Mar 2016- Indonesia Convention Exhibition Jakarta, Indonesia
  • 08 Mar 2016- Impact Arena Bangkok, Thailand
  • 10 Mar 2016- AsiaWorld-Expo Hall 10 Hong Kong
  • 12 Mar 2016- Mall Of Asia Arena Manila, Philippines
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