The 1975 hint at playing series of career-spanning shows in 2019

Matty Healy says the band will play each of its albums in full over the course of a week.

December 17, 2018
The 1975 hint at playing series of career-spanning shows in 2019 The 1975 performs at Clyde 1 Christmas Live at The SSE Hydro on December 18, 2016 in Glasgow, Scotland.   Ross Gilmore/Getty

Matty Healy of The 1975 has said that the British band will take over a venue for a week next year and play each of its albums in full. He added that each show would include "the same production and lighting of each era," to add to the nostalgic vibe.

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The group recently released its latest album, A Brief Inquiry Into Online Realtionships, and will return next year with its follow up, Notes On A Conditional Form. Healy stated that this run of live dates would take place "at end of campaign," meaning The 1975 would have finished touring both records.

Shortly after tweeting his plan, the singer announced that it's "officially happening" due to fan reactions.




The 1975 hint at playing series of career-spanning shows in 2019