The 1975 drop new track ‘I’m In Love With You’, announce UK and Ireland tour dates

The band had previously teased UK & Ireland tour dates in support of their fifth album ‘Being Funny In A Foreign Language’

The 1975 have released ‘I’m In Love With You’, the third track from their forthcoming album  ‘Being Funny In A Foreign Language’. Hear the track and watch the video below.

The band have also announced details of the UK and Ireland leg of their ‘At Their Very Best’ tour which will kick off in January 8, 2023 in Brighton and run until January 30 in Belfast. Tickets will are set to go on sale tomorrow (September 9) and will be available here. View the full tour itinerary below.

The 1975’s fifth studio album is set to arrive on October 14 via Dirty Hit, and the band has already offered previews of the new release with singles ‘Part Of The Band’ and ‘Happiness’, the latter song they performed at this year’s Reading and Leeds Festivals.

The 1975’s UK & Ireland 2023 tour dates

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JANUARY
8 – Brighton – The Brighton Center
9 – Bournemouth – Bournemouth International Center
10 – Exeter – Westpoint Arena
12 – London – The O2
15 – Birmingham – Resorts World Arena
16 – Cardiff – Motorpoint Arena
19 – Glasgow – SSE Hydro
20 – Manchester – Manchester Arena
22 – Nottingham – Motorpoint Arena
23 – Leeds – First Direct Arena
25 – Newcastle – Utilita Arena
26- Liverpool – M&S Bank Arena
29 – Dublin – 3Arena
30 – Belfast – The SSE Arena

1975 UK & Ireland tour
1975 UK & Ireland tour CREDIT: Press

Last week, The 1975 replaced Rage Against The Machine as headliners for this year’s Reading and Leeds. During the band’s Reading set, frontman Matt Healy joked about replacing the band and The 1975’s fondness for RATM, quipping: “Shout out to them. I will stand by being Rage Against The Machine and having a gammy leg is quite funny. That is funny, but we love them. We love you guys.”

In a four-star review of their set, NME said Healy’s on stage “confidence comes with smacks of self-awareness.”

“They know their way around a pop song and putting on a show,” the review continued. “Maybe they’ll save the theatrics for the upcoming UK tour this winter that they teased – and we can get to some high concept musings when the new record is out – but tonight, all we needed was a good time.”

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