The 1975 Announce UK Tour
3 June 2015, 10:30 | Updated: 3 June 2015, 10:52
The band squash separation rumours by revealing a huge tour for November.
Following rumours that the band had split up, The 1975 have announced plans to tour the UK in November. A second album is also expected, although no concrete details have been announced yet. The band are scheduled to play shows in London, Manchester, Edinburgh and loads more. You can see teh full tour dates below.
The 1975 UK Tour:
Liverpool University - Nov 9th
Leicester De Montfort Hall - Nov 10th
Sheffield O2 Academy - Nov 11th
Doncaster Dome - Nov 12th
Nottingham Rock City - Nov 14th
Newcastle O2 Academy - Nov 15th
Edinburgh Corn Exchange - Nov 17th
Bridlington Spa - Nov 18th
Cambridge Corn Exchange - Nov 19th
Plymouth Pavilions - Nov 20th
Southampton O2 Guildhall - Nov 21st
Southend Cliffs Pavilion - Nov 23rd
London Hammersmith Eventim Apollo - Nov 24th
Brighton Centre - Nov 26th
Swindon Oasis - Nov 27th
Manchester Academy - Nov 28th
On Sunday the band posted a series of cryptic messages that alluded to them splitting up. The band's frontman Matt Healy posted a comic strip which seemed to suggest the band were done.
As well as including drawing of an Old Matty and a New Matty, the comic said “Our projected identity must change not only visually but philosophically – how do you do that?...Firstly we must reclaim our identity & repossess our control of it…Until then there won’t be any pop music or dancing with long hair…The hardest part of any relationship is to say goodbye…So we must leave, with a parting ‘we love you.’”
The band then vanished from social media. You can view the comic strip below.
The 1975 released their self-titled debut album in 2013. The second album is expected to be released soon.
Tickets for the tour go on sale Friday (June 5th) and are available for O2 Priority customers tomorrow (Thursday June 4th) at 9am.