5SOS sophomore album “Sounds Good Feels Good” has been a success and the boys are organising the second headliner concert “Sounds Live Feels Live” as a gesture of gratitude for their fans. But how true is it that the Aussie rock band released a new “hairy” album cover?
The boys dug into 80’s vibe by inserting their faces on a glam sort of metal band, notes Sugarscape. Well, amidst the long wait about an update regarding the European leg of the “Sounds Live Feels Live” tour, the boys could have successfully pranked or thrilled the fans with their Twitter post.
So excited to release the next album cover… Here it is pic.twitter.com/KmDoeZDCAv
— 5 Seconds Of Summer (@5SOS) May 12, 2016
Pretty funny, right? The fans are reportedly expecting a sort of serious update before the photo was posted. Anyways, the website also got some other weird photos of Luke Hemmings, Michael Clifford, Calum Hood and Ashton Irwin, just being “weird and hilarious” individuals. Previously Hood and Clifford also entertained the fans with their “Watch Me Whip/Nae Nae” dance moves.
Meanwhile, the boys resumed the concert on May 12 in Austria. The European tour will last until June 12 and then the boys will be invading the United States, Mexico before finally heading in their beloved hometown, Australia on Sept. 29.
Furthermore, here is the remaining schedule for the duration of the UK concert leg. Check 5SOS Live for more details and stay tuned for more updates.
- 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