The 1975 are currently in production of their second full length record. Its creation signifies the end of the most inspiring and challenging time that they’ve ever shared as friends and as artists. They simply couldn’t have imagined connecting with as many people as they have since the release of their debut in 2013.

The band have toured the world playing over 25,000 shows in 400 different countries (that’s a slight exaggeration but it was a lot) and they’ve had the privilege of encountering the countless faces that make up their incredibly loyal and ebulliently peculiar fan-base.

This is the beginning of a new chapter for The 1975. Their new record signifies the start of a new world, They want to play shows they want a real shared experience they want to play HUGE shows that they never thought were possible they want to play sets at festivals that people talk about for ages.

The lads have decided to start touring again this year, November 2015. Due to the size of the venues that they feel are appropriate for this particular tour and taking into consideration the humbling dedication felt from a lot of their fans.

9 – Liverpool – Guild of Students*
10 – Leicester – De Montfort Hall
11 – Sheffield – O2 Academy*
12 – Doncaster – Dome
14 – Nottingham – Rock City
15 – Newcastle – O2 Academy*
17 – Edinburgh – Corn Exchange
18 – Bridlington – Spa
19 – Cambridge – Corn Exchange
20 – Plymouth – Pavilion
21 – Southampton – O2 Guildhall
23 – Southend – Cliff Pavilion
24 – London – Eventim Apollo
26 – Brighton – Centre
27 – Swindon – Oasis
28 – Manchester – Academy

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