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You can now buy Matty Healy’s rabbit hat from ‘Sincerity is Scary’ video

Skip, hop and dance down the street a la Healy

The 1975 fans can finally buy Matty Healy’s rabbit hat from their ‘Sincerity Is Scary‘ video.
When the video was released on November 21, people went into overdrive, hunting all the references packed in the video, while others simply enjoyed its most joyous and wholesome moments.
Now you can now buy on your own woolly bunny ears and skip, hop and dance down the street a la Healy. The headwear appeared on the official band store today (December 2), with the hat and a digital download of ‘A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships’ on sale for $25.

Screenshot from The 1975 store site

However, whether you will meet a choir, marching band or falling piano while wearing the hat is debatable.

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The band were recently confirmed as one of the headliners for next year’s Reading & Leeds festivals – marking their first time topping the bill at the twin events. They will join Foo FightersPost Malone, and Twenty One Pilots next summer.

Speaking to NME, Healy said he “needed” to headline the festivals because the band attended them “as fans when we were kids.” “Every time I [play] it, it’s like I might as well have just been there in the pit, jumped over the barrier and grabbed the mic,” he said. “That’s how I feel at that festival. It’s sick. We went to Leeds like 10 times when we were kids.”

Meanwhile, The 1975 will head out on an arena tour of the UK in January. Remaining tickets are available to purchase here.

The 1975 will play:

January 2019

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9 – Belfast, SSE Arena
10 – Dublin, 3Arena
12 – Glasgow, SSE Hydro
14 – Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
16 – Brighton, The Centre
18 – London, The O2
21 – Exeter, Westpoint
23 – Birmingham, Arena
24 – Manchester, Arena
25 – Sheffield, FlyDSA Arena

 

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