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The American pop-punk band has agreed to change the name of one of their songs after a fan accidentally had a tattoo of the song’s title misspelt.
Waterparks fan named Clancy recently got a tattoo of the band’s song ‘See You In The Future.’
However, Clancy’s tattoo artist completely botched the inking and instead tattooed on her arm “SEE YOU IN IN THE FUTURE.”
Clancy shared the embarassing tattoo on Twitter tagging the band and their lead singer Awsten Knight in the hopes of grabbing their attention.
Y’ALL MY ARTIST PUT “SEE YOU IN IN THE FUTURE!”😖🤦🏻♀️ @awsten @waterparks https://t.co/8K2oUZ60mI — Clancy (@Clancy)
Lo and behold it worked and not only did Knight respond he announced that the band was changing the name of the song in solidarity with Clancy.
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When replying to the tweet Knight wrote: ‘HEY I SAW YOUR TATTOO AND FIGURED THE LEAST WE CAN DO IS CHANGE THE SONG TITLE FOR U.’
HEY I SAW YOUR TATTOO AND FIGURED THE LEAST WE CAN DO IS CHANGE THE SONG TITLE FOR U
https://t.co/7LiDv9KEjz https://t.co/4qDnA3mGHJ — DANNY FANDOM (@DANNY FANDOM)
Knight also shared a Spotify link to the song and it is now called “See You In In The Future.”
A stunned Clancy said in response: Thank you so much, I really appreciate you! You are so sweet.
Knight also confirmed the news on TikTok.
@awstenmadeatiktokalrightsee you in in the future baby #selfcare #tattoo #waterparks #foryou
see you in in the future baby #selfcare #tattoo #waterparks #foryou
The tattoo and the fact that the songs name was changed has since gone viral and many people are simply stunned at how kind and thoughtful the act was.
the band changed the song name on spotify because of these tweets! https://t.co/uacWW2XI5j — parx updater ☆ (@parx updater ☆)
@awsten i'm actually speechless — MTV (@MTV)
https://t.co/pibrPunRKV — music Wins (@music Wins)
Waterparks on music struggles that's such a W https://t.co/lGpjE5RveD — Heather 👁👁 (@Heather 👁👁)
You love to see it. We just hope that some other tattoo fails can get fixed like this in the future.