Coming soon? The 1975 are planning some “very very small shows”

The 1975 by Phil Smithies

It looks like the band will return to the stage prior to their UK arena tour next year.

The 1975 recently announced a huge UK arena tour in support of their upcoming third album ‘A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships’, taking to the country’s arenas in January with support from Pale Waves and No Rome.

Matty Healy has now revealed that the band are set to play some warm-up gigs, which are set to be a lot smaller.

“We are playing some very very small show shows soon,” he simply wrote on Twitter, though there’s no indication of when or where the shows may take place.

 ’A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships’ comes out on 30th November via Dirty Hit. Re-visit our cover feature with Matty from back in June here, and view the UK arena dates below.

JANUARY
09 Belfast, SSE Arena
12 Glasgow, SSE Hydro
14 Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
16 Brighton, Centre
18 London, The O2
19 London, The O2
21 Exeter, Westpoint
23 Birmingham, Arena
24 Manchester, Arena
25 Sheffield, FlyDSA Arena

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