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The 1975 Announce Fall U.S. Tour
Today, eclectic British alt-rockers The 1975 announced a North American fall arena tour. Bandmates Matt Healy, George Daniel, Ross MacDonald and Adam Hann will kick things off Stateside on Nov. 16 at BB&T Pavilion in Camden, N.J. and wrap up the five-date jaunt on Dec. 1 at 1STBANK Center in Broomfield, Colo.
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The big venue trek will also stop in Raleigh, N.C., Greenville, S.C. and New Orleans. The band is currently in Europe, continuing their run of major festival performances, with Mad Cool in Madrid up next. This past spring, the group offered electric performances at Coachella and Governors Ball, as well a sizeable North American headline tour.
A press release shares that the "Love It If We Made It" crew will continue touring in support of 2018's A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships. The album—a critically acclaimed 15-track sonic journey into relationships, self-love, drugs and modern society—is the band's third and dropped Nov. 30.
Late last year, Healy told Rolling Stone they were already working on their fourth album, Notes on a Conditional Form, "which they hope to release in June." No release date has been set for the forthcoming LP.
If you missed The 1975's vibrant shows the first go around, you can request tickets for their new dates via Ticketmaster now, until July 13 at 10 p.m. Remaining tickets will made available to the general public on July 18; complete tour info can be found on the band's site.