The boys of The 1975 band have announced their upcoming tour in November. The announcement came after the group have done something drastic including deleting their social media accounts.
Fans and most of us thought they were actually splitting especially when feud rumors between The 1975 and the boys from One Direction started to surface online. We can still remember Matt Healy having some beef with Harry Styles and the boys from 1D after allegedly accusing them of mimicking the style of The 1975.
However, with The 1975 tour update confirmed, we can also say that the boys are back together, perhaps having reinvented themselves instead as previously announced.
The 1975 band posted a letter on their official Facebook page about a second album in the making. The post also included that the boys will be on their way to promoting it by playing in smaller venues. The reason behind the change of venues instead of performing the way they had been in the past was for fans and The 1975 band to share a more intimate experience, reported CMU.
The 1975 frontman Matthew Healy said that the band has been dedicated to play music even in smaller venues which means only dedicated fans will end up buying tickets. He also added that smaller venues will have them perform as they did before and that they feel intimate enough to be able to deliver a new show.
Eager to catch The 1975 tour? Here are the dates to watch for!
Nov 9: Liverpool, Guild of Students
Nov 10: Leicester, De Montfort Hall
Nov 11: Sheffield, Academy
Nov 12: Doncaster, Dome
Nov 14: Nottingham, Rock City
Nov 15: Newcastle, Academy
Nov 17: Edinburgh, Corn Exchange
Nov 18: Bridlington, Spa
Nov 19: Cambridge, Corn Exchange
Nov 20: Plymouth, Pavilion
Nov 21: Southampton, Guildhall
Nov 23: Southend, Cliff Pavilion
Nov 24: London, Hammersmith Apollo
Nov 26: Brighton Centre
Nov 27: Swindon, Oasis
Nov 28: Manchester, Academy
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Photo Source: Facebook/The 1975