The 1975 have announced their return with the news that they will a headline date at Dublin’s 3Arena on Thursday 24 March. To announce the show the band have released the following letter to their fans:
Dear friends of The 1975
I/we/The 1975 are currently in production of our second full length record. Its creation signifies the end of the most inspiring and challenging time we’ve ever shared as friends and artists. We simply couldn’t of imagined connecting with as many people as we have since the release of our debut in 2013.
We have toured the world playing over 25,000 shows in 400 different countries (that’s a slight exaggeration but it was a lot) and we have had the privilege of encountering the countless faces that make up our incredible loyal and ebulliently peculiar fanbase. It is that loyalty that inspired me to write this letter, scrappy as it may be.
This is the beginning of a new chapter for The 1975. Our new record signifies the start of a new world for us, a more colourful world a less colourful world. We want to play sets that people talk about for ages cos it was fun and it was music and we want to be honest otherwise what’s the f**king point?
So the best way to start is the way we did before with people who really want to be there. Or need to be there in some extreme cases. We play Dublin’s 3Arena on Thursday 24 March.
I’ll see you soon with more music and drama and you’ve known the title all along
Matty & The 1975
So there you go, the Manchester four-piece will hit Dublin in March with their new album “Love” which is due to be fully unvieled on Friday. Tickets €35.00 including booking and facility fee’s are on sale this Thursday at 9am from Ticketmaster outlets and online at www.ticketmaster.ie