THE 1975 RETURN TO GLASGOW THIS FRIDAY EVENING!
THE 1975 SET TO PLAY GLASGOW’S SSE HYDRO THIS FRIDAY AS PART OF THEIR UK & IRELAND ARENA TOUR
Manchester Indie Rockers… THE 1975 returned to music scene with first of their brand new two albums. ‘A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships’ was released on 30th November last year and went straight to Number One in the UK Charts. The 1975 are set to released their second of their two new albums ‘Notes on a Conditional Form’ due to be released in May this year.
THE 1975 are set to tour around the UK this month kicking off their tour in Belfast on Wednesday evening, then onto Dublin on Thursday evening before hitting shores of Scotland on Friday evening at Glasgow’s SSE Hydro. - The band will then call onto Cardiff, Brighton, London, Exeter, Birmingham, Manchester and Sheffield throughout January. Remaining tickets for shows are still available on the band’s website here:
Pale Waves and No Room are set to open up for THE 1975 at all dates on the UK and Ireland Arena Tour this month.
THE 1975 will also headline Glasgow Summer Sessions and Reading and Leeds festivals in August this Summer.
Check out TOOTIMETOOTIMETOOTIME from ‘A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships’ below:
Check out our album review for ‘A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships’ here:
“Album of the Year” – ***** The Times
“The band of the decade” – ***** Q Magazine
“A game changing album” – ***** NME
“A generation defining masterpiece” – ***** DORK
“Stunning” Best New Music – 8.5 / 10 Pitchfork
“Album Of The Week” – The Sunday Times
“Pop at it’s most ambitious” – ***** Daily Mail
“A Classic” – ***** Daily Star
“The band’s third album is their best yet” – **** Evening Standard
“It’s hard to recall when a major rock band were last so inventive” The Metro
“a postmodern grab bag of genre innovations” – Best Albums Of 2018 Time Magazine
“The band’s best album yet” – **** The Independent
“It’s definitely one of the best albums of 2018 and possibly one of the best albums of the century so far.” – ***** Big Issue
“The 1975 wrench magnificence from crisis on their stunning new album” – 9/10 Line Of Best Fit
**** – The Guardian
***** – DIY
**** – MOJO
“A Masterpiece” – ***** The Sun