The group’s massive Still…at Their Very Best trek runs through next March
Now is the time to see The 1975.
At the launch of their current tour leg on Tuesday (September 26) at the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, frontman Matt Healy delivered some staggering news to the audience. As first reported by NME, Healy said on stage that the band would be going on an “indefinite hiatus” after their current trek.
“It’s wonderful you’re all here,” Healy told the capacity crowd. “After this tour, we will be going on an indefinite hiatus with shows, so it’s wonderful to have you guys with us tonight. Thank you so much.”
Watch the clip of Healy’s announcement below.
The North American leg of The 1975’s Still…at Their Very Best Tour is slated to run through December 2, wrapping up at Climate Pledge Arena in Seattle. The trek includes stops in Los Angeles, Denver, New Orleans, Nashville, Philadelphia, Boston, New York, Toronto, and more. Their global run extends to March of 2024.
On September 1, the band reissued their self-titled debut album to commemorate its tenth anniversary. The record was released on double white vinyl, double CD, cassette, and deluxe 4-LP black vinyl. Along with the album, the band curated a special merchandise line surrounding the record that features t-shirts, a hoodie, a sweatshirt, a necklace, earrings, and a vinyl slipmat cover. Fans can now HERE.
The 1975’s self-titled debut arrived on September 2, 2013 via Dirty Hit/Polydor. Produced by Mike Crossey (Arctic Monkeys, twenty one pilots, Walk the Moon), the album hit No. 1 in the UK. Among the album’s many excellent tracks were its five hit singles – “Sex,” “Settle Down,” “Girls,” “Robbers,” and “Heart Out.” Revisit our review and live photos from the band’s very first tour of North America.
The band’s latest album being funny in a foreign language arrived last October via DirtyHit. It topped the UK Albums Chart, and peaked at No. 7 on the Billboard 200 and No. 2 on Billboard’s Top Rock and Top Alternative Album charts. The record it is available on CD, vinyl, and cassette.