Five Seconds Of Summer’s Ashton Irwin Shows Off His Bulging Biceps In A Tight Black T-Shirt

The sun is shining, guns out! Five Seconds Of Summer drummer Ashton Irwin shows off his bulging biceps in a tight black T-shirt as he grabs an iced coffee in LA

He plays the drums in one of Australia’s most popular boy bands.

So it’s no wonder that Ashton Irwin, 26 of Five Seconds Of Summer, has developed the biceps of a Greek god over the years.

On Saturday, the Sydney-born rocker showed off his muscular limbs as he stepped into Los Angeles to grab an iced coffee.

muscle man! Five Seconds Of Summer drummer Ashton Irwin, 26, showed off his bulging biceps in a tight black tee as he grabbed an iced coffee in Los Angeles on Saturday

Looking muscular in a tight black T-shirt and Nike shorts, Luke watched Luke climb out of a white Porsche parked in the street and casually stroll to a cafe.

He waited in line for a while before picking up his takeaway drink and walking back to his car.

The shaggy musician completed his look with a pair of brown sandals, a gold bracelet and a black face mask.

Tatt has a lot of ink!  His extensive collection of tattoos was also on display for the off-duty outing, including a snake on his biceps, a wolf on his forearm and a small, red love heart on his wrist.

Tatt has a lot of ink! His extensive collection of tattoos was also on display for the off-duty outing, including a snake on his biceps, a wolf on his forearm and a small, red love heart on his wrist.

His extensive collection of tattoos was also on display for the outing, including a snake on his biceps, a wolf on his forearm and a small, red love heart on his wrist.

Ashton and fellow 5SOS bandmates Luke Hemmings, Michael Clifford and Calum Hood burst onto the music scene as teenagers in 2011.

The band has since released four studio albums.

Stepping on the pedal: He waited in line for a while before picking up his takeaway drink, walking back to his car and zooming out

Stepping on the pedal: He waited in line for a while before picking up his takeaway drink, walking back to his car and zooming out

Stratospheric Rise: 5SOS broke into the music scene as teenagers in 2011, releasing four studio albums.  Pictured LR: Michael Clifford, Luke Hemmings and Calum Hood

Stratospheric Rise: 5SOS broke into the music scene as teenagers in 2011, releasing four studio albums. Pictured LR: Michael Clifford, Luke Hemmings and Calum Hood

Their third LP, Youngblood, topped the Billboard 200, making them the first Australian act to have three No. 1 albums in the United States.

In October last year, Ashton released his first solo album Super bloom, with songs inspired by his childhood, depression, alcoholism and body dysmorphism.

The overarching story is support system, healing, recovery, strength and focus on the true self. I felt like I had a lot to write about,” he told Daily Mail Australia ahead of the album’s release.

“I had to reach a certain level of lyrical maturity to be able to write about something I really cared about. I think it’s always important as an artist to have a mission statement like, ‘Why do you make music? Why do you write the lyrics you write?”

Solo project: Last October, Ashton released his first solo album Superbloom, featuring songs inspired by childhood, depression, alcoholism and body dysmorphism.

Solo project: Last October, Ashton released his first solo album Superbloom, featuring songs inspired by childhood, depression, alcoholism and body dysmorphism.

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