The 1975 aren’t doing any warm-up shows when they come back, just a big ol’ UK headline tour

Also the album's not finished.
Another The 1975 teaser is out, with some more info regarding those much-rumoured return shows.

The band’s manager, Jamie Oborne has revealed on Twitter that there won’t be any small warm-up gigs this time around, because they “want the first shows to be the biggest live spectacle in the world.”

He’s also confirmed that the first dates “will be UK to start”, and that the album itself is “Not finished”.

The 1975 are of course gearing up for the release of ‘Music For Cars’, which seems to have been getting a new teaser every few days since the release of ‘I Like It When You Sleep…’.

A few weeks ago, the band wiped their social media platforms back to mid-July, which was when they posted following their Latitude 2017 headline set to draw their last album to a close.

They’re rumoured – thanks to more of Jamie’s tweets – to be announcing a new tour this August.

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