The boys of 5SOS are taking a break after the successful Asian leg of their sophomore headliner concert “Sounds Live Feels Live.” Amidst the short vacation is a buzz that the new music video for their single “Vapor” leaked on the Internet.

Fans are in a meltdown due to the surprising news, notes Unreality TV. However, the “leaked video” that was supposed to be available for the fandom looks just like a “cruel joke.”

According to the website, the trending hashtag #VAPORMUSICVIDEO started to invade Twitter, and for that, some of the 5SOS supporters assume that the Aussie rock band is going to launch the alleged clip anytime soon.

The New Broken Scene was reportedly divided between the optimists who think that there is indeed an existing video while the other half assumed that a bored individual created the tag just for a prank.

In one instance, a 5SOS fan tweeted: “This is either the best thing ever or the most cruel joke ever…” as we quote. Meanwhile, the other supporter wrote: “#vapormusicvideo guys im so excited that this is happening!!”

Luke Hemmings, Michael Clifford, Calum Hood and Ashton Irwin are yet to comment on the news.

Meanwhile, the “Sounds Live Feels Live” tour is about to invade the continent of Europe in the coming days. The rock and roll quartet will kick off the second leg of the 8-month long rock event on April 5. Some of the guests are Zayn Malik and Little Mix.

5SOS and their “Sounds Live Feels Live” tour is the boys way of thanking supporters for the success of their sophomore album, “Sounds Good Feels Good” which was released in October 2015.

Check out the dates and venues for the European tour below, meanwhile, tickets are still up for grabs via 5SOS Live among other online ticket outlets.

  • 05 Apr 2016- Sheffield Arena Sheffield, United Kingdom
  • 07 Apr 2016- O2 Arena London, United Kingdom
  • 08 Apr 2016- O2 Arena London, United Kingdom
  • 09 Apr 2016- Brighton Centre Brighton, United Kingdom
  • 11 Apr 2016- First Direct Arena Leeds, United Kingdom
  • 12 Apr 2016- Capital FM Arena Nottingham, United Kingdom
  • 14 Apr 2016- Genting Arena Birmingham, United Kingdom
  • 15 Apr 2016- Motorpoint Arena Cardiff, United Kingdom
  • 16 Apr 2016- Motorpoint Arena Cardiff, United Kingdom
  • 18 Apr 2016- Metro Radio Arena Newcastle, United Kingdom
  • 19 Apr 2016- The SSE Hydro Glasgow, United Kingdom
  • 20 Apr 2016- The SSE Hydro Glasgow, United Kingdom
  • 22 Apr 2016- Manchester Arena Manchester, United Kingdom
  • 23 Apr 2016- Manchester Arena Manchester, United Kingdom
  • 25 Apr 2016- The SSE Arena Belfast, United Kingdom
  • 26 Apr 2016- 3Arena Dublin, Ireland
  • 27 Apr 2016- 3Arena Dublin, Ireland
  • 12 May 2016- Stadthalle Vienna, Austria
  • 13 May 2016- Arena Verona, Italy
  • 14 May 2016- Palalottomatica Rome, Italy
  • 16 May 2016- Olympiahalle Munich, Germany
  • 17 May 2016- Accorhotels Arena Paris, France
  • 18 May 2016- Zenith Lille, France
  • 20 May 2016- Sportpaleis Antwerp, Belgium
  • 21 May 2016- Ziggo Dome Amsterdam, Holland
  • 22 May 2016- Ziggo Dome Amsterdam, Holland
  • 24 May 2016- Hallenstadion Zurich, Switzerland
  • 25 May 2016- Le Galaxie Amneville, France
  • 26 May 2016- Barclaycard Arena Hamburg, Germany
  • 28 May 2016-Jyske Bank Boxen Herning, Denmark
  • 29 May 2016- Forum Copenhagen, Denmark
  • 31 May 2016- Telenor Arena Oslo, Norway
  • 01 Jun 2016- Ericsson Globe Stockholm, Sweden
  • 03 Jun 2016- Hartwall Arena Helsinki, Finland
  • 04 Jun 2016- Saku Suurhall Tallinn, Estonia
  • 06 Jun 2016- Mercedes-Benz Arena Berlin, Germany
  • 07 Jun 2016- SAP Arena Mannheim, Germany
  • 08 Jun 2016- Lanxess Arena Cologne, Germany
  • 10 Jun 2016- Palau Sant Jordi Barcelona, Spain
  • 11 Jun 2016- Palacio Vistalegre Madrid, Spain