Following the release of The 1975’s two acclaimed EPs ‘Facedown’ and ‘Sex’, the Manchester band have announced a slew of dates in May.

Currently in the studio working on new material, The 1975’s debut album will be co-produced by the band and the award-winning Mike Crossey (Arctic Monkeys, Foals). With these two EPs already under their belts, the full-length promises to be quite something.


The band are set to release their next single ‘Chocolate’, taken from the ‘Music For Cars’ EP, out on Monday 4th March on Dirty Hit Records. Restless and energetic as ever, but without that arrogant Mancunian swagger, the band have just begun a massive UK tour that will see them play over 20 dates.

Additional Tour Dates:
Wed 22nd May – Newcastle, Northumbria University
Thur 23rd May – Sheffield, Queens Social Club
Mon 27th May – Glasgow, Oran Mor
Tue 28th May – Birmingham, HMV Institute Library
Wed 29th May – London, Heaven
Fri 31st May – Portsmouth, Wedgewood Rooms

Tickets are available at

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