Nathan Followill And Harry Styles Have Matching Tattoos

14 October 2016, 18:03 | Updated: 14 October 2016, 18:36

Nathan Followill and Harry Styles split image

According to his brother Caleb, the Kings Of Leon drummer has a "weird, strange relationship" with the One Direction star.

We never thought we'd ever utter this sentence, but here it comes: Nathan Followill has matching tattoos with Harry Styles.

According to his brother, Caleb, the Kings Of Leon drummer is said to have a special "relationship" with the One Directioner.

Speaking to The Sun, the WALLS frontman revealed: "Nathan has like a crush on him.

“Nathan and him, they have matching tattoos, it’s really weird. They have a really weird, strange relationship.

The Waste A Moment singer added: “I think Nathan is just his number one groupie.”

See a picture of Nathan and Harry eating matching ice creams below: 

And apparently, tattoos aren't the only thing the musical pair share. 

According to younger brother Caleb, the 37-year-old drummer is believed to have one of Harry Styles guitars in his collection, which Caleb jokes is "probably a gift of love".

Well there you have it.

The pair are clearly thick as thieves, so maybe we should expect to see a collaboration in the future? 

Meanwhile, Kings Of Leon released their WALLS album today, which includes the likes of Waste A Moment, Reverend, Around The World and title track, Walls. 

The Nashville four-piece have also announced huge UK dates for 2017- the first they've embarked on in two years.


19 February 2017 - LEEDS First Direct Arena
20 February 2017 - BIRMINGHAM Genting Arena
24 February 2017 - NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE Metro Radio Arena
25 February 2017 - LIVERPOOL Echo Arena
27 February 2017 - GLASGOW SSE Hydro

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