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The 1975 Come To Yorkshire
Jeremy Williams-Chalmers, Arts Correspondent
The 1975
The 1975 may have hit the #1 spot back in 2013 with their eponymous debut album, but it was the ambitious 80s drive of the anthem laden I Like It When You Sleep, for Your Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware Of It in 2016 that really solidified their status as one of the biggest bands on earth.

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While they topped charts around the world and sold out a phenomenal amount of shows, the band continued to dream big. Yes, they may have released two of the big albums of the decade, but with two albums scheduled in the next 12 months, it is only set to get bigger.

With their third studio album, A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships, scheduled for release on November 30, the album's teaser tracks to date have shown that their sound may have taken on a slightly new vibe - meeting somewhere in the middle of their first two releases - but their ability to write the perfect hit is still strong.

To showcase the album's new material, the band have announced a headline tour for early 2019 - with Yorkshire getting a visit. Support comes from Pale Waves and No Rome.



JAN 9TH Belfast SSE Arena
JAN 10TH Dublin 3Arena
JAN 12TH Glasgow SSE Hydro
JAN 14TH Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
JAN 16TH Brighton The Centre
JAN 18TH London The O2
JAN 21ST Exeter Westpoint
JAN 23rd Birmingham Arena
JAN 24TH Manchester Arena
JAN 25TH Sheffield FlyDSA Arena

The 1975 Come To Yorkshire, 14th September 2018, 10:14 AM