Manchester pop rockers The 1975 yesterday announced a series of huge UK dates for next year. You can purchase tickets here from 9am on Friday September 21st.
Starting next January, the boyband will make their way through some of the UK’s biggest venues, including the London 02, Birmingham Arena and Manchester Arena, which alone make up nearly 57,000 seats. The 1975 will be supported by fellow Mancunian dream-goth band Pale Waves – see ‘Television Romance’ here – and No Rome, an upcoming alternative artist from Manila in The Philippines. Check out ‘Seventeen’ here.
See their tour itinerary below:
1/10 – 3Arena – Dublin
1/12 – SSE Hydro – Glasgow
1/14 – Motorpoint Arena – Cardiff
1/16 – The Centre – Brighton
1/18 – The O2 – London
1/21 – Westpoint – Exeter
1/23 – Birmingham Arena – Birmingham
1/24 – Manchester Arena – Manchester
1/25 – FlyDSA Arena – Sheffield
Speaking to NME, 1975 singer Matt Healy described the new album as a commentary on the band after their meteoric rise to fame. “Our first three albums are the story of a person; it’s always kind of been my story. It spanned adolescence to maturity, success and trying to mediate the two, and the third one is where we are now. I haven’t really decided the statement of where we are now yet. It’s sort of difficult to understand the present”.