Matt Healy gets fans excited for 2017
New material from The 1975 could be coming sooner than expected, after frontman Matt Healy took to Twitter to tease a release in 2017.
The band only released their Mercury-nominated second album ‘I Like It When You Fall Asleep For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware Of It‘ in February this year – but now Healy has taken to Twitter that fans won’t have to wait long to hear new songs:
It is unknown whether the release will take the form of an album, EP or just a single, but speaking to Billboard back in May, Healy said: “I’m always making an album. I’m always confused by the language of bands who are ‘going to make a record’ or not being able to write on tour. I think that’s just something you do – whenever, wherever.”
This week also saw Healy call out Rod Liddle for ‘sexist’ comments the journalist made against Emma Watson when speaking at the UN.
See The 1975’s upcoming UK arena tour dates below.
Manchester, Arena (December 13)
London, The O2 (December 15, 16)
Newcastle, Arena (December 17)
Glasgow, Hydro (December 19)
Bournemouth, International Centre (December 21)
Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena (December 22)