Band of The Decade, The 1975, wrapped up their tour with a massive show at Finsbury Park. Next stop: Reading and Leeds Festival, then off to the US. Could Matty Healy and the band come home for new The 1975 concert dates?
Last updated: 25/08/22 at 15:27
NME named The 1975 Band of The Decade three years ago, and they haven't slowed down since.
Last year saw the release of their fifth studio album, 'Being Funny in a Foreign Language', which critics hailed as their best record yet. The pop-focused record scored the band their fifth consecutive Official Number 1 album.
The band kicked off their hugely successful UK tour in January 2023. This string of shows finished with their biggest headline gig to date at North London's Finsbury Park. The concert brought together 45,000 fans and marked a significant milestone in their career.
With upcoming performances at Reading and Leeds Festival, followed by the 'At Their Very Best' tour's North American leg, the question remains: will these rock-pop icons from Manchester grace the UK once more?
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Have The 1975 released new music?
On 14th October 2022, the 'Chocolate' singers released their latest record, 'Being Funny in a Foreign Language'. The album has released seven singles, including 'Part of the Band' and 'Looking For Somebody (To Love)' since then.
For this record, the band enlisted American singer-songwriter and musician, Jack Antonoff, as a producer. The Bleachers lead singer has a unique experimental style and is known for collaborating with megastars artists, like Taylor Swift and Lorde.
Swinging in a different direction from 2018's 'A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships' and 2020's 'Notes On A Conditional Form', 'Being Funny in a Foreign Language' explores new, meaningful lyrical themes. While the previous albums dived into the world of digital existence and irony, the latest record is all about love.
The 1975 haven't dropped any official hints about making new music. We recommend keeping your ears perked and eyes peeled for any surprises in the pipeline!
When are The 1975 next touring?
Earlier this year, the band embarked on an arena tour to celebrate the release of their upcoming album. Matty and co took the ‘At Their Very Best’ tour to cities across the UK including Brighton, Bournemouth, Exeter, London, Birmingham, Cardiff, Glasgow, Manchester, Nottingham, Leeds, Newcastle and Belfast.
The 1975 will kick off the North American leg of their 'At Their Very Best Tour' in September.
The band has not made any official announcements about future UK tour dates for 2023 or 2024.
Who supported The 1975 on tour?
Edinburgh-raised singer-songwriter and musician, Bonnie Kemplay, supported The 1975 on their UK and Ireland shows back in January.
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