The 1975 had a bittersweet announcement for followers right this moment. Posting a protracted assertion to Twitter, the British group shared that they might be canceling all tour dates for 2021, because the coronavirus continues to unfold throughout the globe.
On a brighter word, nonetheless, followers can count on new music from the group. In the identical put up, the group confirmed that they’re presently engaged on a follow-up to final yr’s Notes on a Conditional Type.
— The 1975 (@the1975) January 12, 2021
“These are extremely troublesome occasions for lots of people, and till we will ensure that we will play reveals in a means that’s protected for our followers and crew, we’ve got determined the very best plan of action is to cancel our touring in order that, the place attainable, everybody can get their tickets refunded sooner reasonably than later,” the band wrote.
They continued, “We’re presently making a brand new album and sit up for seeing you all at a present as quickly as it’s protected to take action.”
The 1975 was slated to play a slew of rescheduled European tour dates, starting in February. Along with the 17-date run, the band was planning to headline a large, one-day occasion at London’s Finsbury Park in July, whereas they had been additionally on the line-ups at a number of main festivals, together with Bonnaroo and Exterior Lands.
Yesterday, providing followers a touch at what’s to come back, frontman Matty Healy shared images to Instagram, captioning “very enthusiastic about new music within the coming months with some sensible artists (thanks to them!).”
Launched in Could, Notes on a Conditional Type was met with extensive crucial acclaim and ranked on a wide range of Better of 2020 lists, together with these from Advanced, the NME, Various Press, and Stereogum. The 1975’s fourth studio album was additionally a industrial success, debuting on the high of the UK charts, and at No.4 within the US.
Click on right here to hearken to Notes on a Conditional Type.