Fans of the New Broken Scene are eager to know the updates about 5SOS and the “Sounds Live Feels Live” tour that kickstarted in Nagoya, Japan on Feb. 19. The four- piece Australian band just finished rocking out in selected venues in Japan and recently wowed the crowd in Singapore and Malaysia.

The boys had their very first concert in Singapore on March 4 as per Sugarscape note. Aside from the successful event, Luke Hemmings, Michael Clifford, Calum Hood and Ashton Irwin celebrated the night by receiving a Platinum award for the “Sounds Good Feels Good” album.

The sophomore album went at No. 1 in the UK Chart, along with the Platinum status in Singapore. “What’s up you guys? This is amazing,” drummer Irwin said. “We never dreamt we’d have a Platinum record here and it’s the best. Thank you for supporting our music and we’ll see you very soon.”

After the remarkable event in Singapore, the quartet continued the event at ICE BSD City in Jakarta on March 5, reports Tempo. Live Nation Indonesia representative Kimberly Fraser said that it was a big opportunity for the fans to witness the rock group on their performance and their rehearsals.

However, though, only 500 lucky 5SOS fans were able to watch the rehearsal because of the limited access. After the Malaysian and Indonesian tour, they will be heading to Thailand, China, the Philippines, European countries and the United States. The boys will be ending the 8-month long tour in Australia for the final leg.

“Sounds Live Feels Live” is the boys’ way of thanking the fans around the world for the success of their rock and roll journey. They were first known as One Direction front act until they carved their own name as a solid rock band by releasing smash hits like “She’s Kinda Hot,” Hey Everybody,” and “Jet Black Heart,” among other songs.