The 1975 announce extensive UK tour, put break up rumours to bed
The 1975 have announced a full UK tour for later this year, putting to bed rumours that they were about to announce their split.
The band posted a cartoon over the weekend that seemed to indicate they would be breaking up and 24 hours later deleted all their social media profiles, this led to fans speculating that the band were either splitting up or heading for a long break, but, as it turned out, it was just a precursor to this tour announcement and their plans for their new album, which is due later this summer. You can see the cartoon below:
The tour kicks off on November 9th at Liverpool's Guild Of Students and runs until November 28th when the band headline a hometown show at Manchester Academy. The rest of the tour consists of 14 other shows, including headline London's Hammersmith Apollo and Brighton Centre.
The band's second album is the follow-up to their hugely successful self-titled debut LP, which you can preview on the right-hand side of the page.
Tickets for the tour will go onsale on Friday (June 5th) at 9am. Click here to purchase tickets for the tour.
The 1975 will play:
Liverpool Guild Of Students (November 9)
Leicester De Montfort Hall (10)
O2 Academy Sheffield (11)
Doncaster Dome (12)
Nottingham Rock City (14)
O2 Academy Newcastle (15)
Edinburgh Corn Exchange (17)
Bridlington Spa (18)
Cambridge Corn Exchange (19)
Plymouth Pavilions (20)
O2 Guildhall Southampton (21)
Southend Cliffs Pavilion (23)
London Eventim Hammersmith Apollo (24)
Brighton Centre (26)
Swindon Oasis Centre (27)
Manchester Academy (28)