After causing worldwide social media chaos earlier this week the 1975 have shot down rumours of their split announcing a UK tour and new album, Getintothis’ Vicky Pea has the details.
Earlier this week the internet was abuzz with gossip that pointed towards the untimely breakup of The 1975. Of course, this turned out to be an overreaction and today the Manchester quartet squished any further doubts with the news of a UK tour, including a date at Liverpool’s Guild of Students on November 9, and the production of their second full length record.
Lead singer Matt Healy penned a letter to “Dear friends” of The 1975 (which you can see below) to confirm details;
“I/We/The 1975 are currently in production of our second full length record. Its creation signifies the end of the most inspiring and challenging time that we’ve ever shared.“
Signalling “the beginning of a new chapter for The 1975” the band will go back to the venues they “have loved” announcing a string of UK dates “that feel intimate enough to do a proper new show.”
As Healy describes himself, “only the most dedicated” of fans will be able to get their hands on tickets for the upcoming tour which kicks off on November 9 in Liverpool.
Tickets for The 1975′s November tour go on sale 9am June 5 and they will play Liverpool University’s Guild of Students on November 9.