The 1975 have dropped their new single, ‘I’m In Love With You’, and announced a new UK & Ireland tour for 2023

They'll release their new album 'Being Funny In A Foreign Language' on 14th October.
Photo credit: Samuel Bradley

The 1975 have dropped their new single, ‘I’m In Love With You’, and announced details of an upcoming UK and Ireland tour, set to take place next January.

Kicking off in Brighton on 8th January, the band will call off in Bournemouth, Exeter, London, Birmingham, Cardiff, Glasgow, Manchester, Nottingham, Leeds, Newcastle, Liverpool, Dublin and Belfast.

The run will be in support of their fifth album, ‘Being Funny In A Foreign Language’, which is set to arrive on 14th October 2022 via Dirty Hit. ‘I’m In Love With You’ is the third taster of the album, following up on first preview ‘Part of the Band’ and last month’s ‘Happiness’.

The track comes alongside a Samuel Bradley-directed video, which you can check out below.

Tickets for the UK run go on pre-sale from Wednesday, 7th September. A general sale will kick off on Friday, 9th September.

Before taking to UK venues, The 1975 will be heading to North America at the end of this year. You can find the dates for that run here. Last weekend, they headlined Reading & Leeds festivals, filling in for the injured Rage Against The Machine. You can read our full report from the southern leg – their first UK show in over two years – here.

The new UK dates read:

8 Brighton – The Brighton Center
9 Bournemouth – Bournemouth International Center
10 Exeter – Westpoint Arena
12 London – The O2
15 Birmingham – Resorts World Arena
16 Cardiff – Motorpoint Arena
19 Glasgow – SSE Hydro
20 Manchester – Manchester Arena
22 Nottingham – Motorpoint Arena
23 Leeds – First Direct Arena
25 Newcastle – Utilita Arena
26 Liverpool – M&S Bank Arena
29 Dublin – 3Arena
30 Belfast – The SSE Arena

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