The 1975 Los Angeles Tickets
Fans of The 1975 have finally let out a breath they didn't realize they were holding. Heartbroken at the rumors of their breakup, fans took a sigh of relief after the band activated their Twitter accounts with new cover photos themed white and pastel pink. The four-piece sent a wave of joy among music lovers after lead vocalist Matthew Healy announced a fresh album release followed by a UK and US tour starting November 2015. The English quartet will hit Los Angeles in December and people have already started grabbing The 1975 Los Angeles tickets.
Those who loved The 1975 band are now thanking their lucky stars. Defying all news of a split-up, the band has announced its new, currently untitled, album to release September 2015. The indie pop ensemble plans to drop-off their sophomore album on the same day they released their debut collection in 2013. The troupe will begin its two-month long run from Liverpool on November 9 and will explode onto the US venues from December 3, 2015 at Boston. The 1975 Los Angeles tickets are available for the December 16 event that is to take place at Club Nokia. The quartet will then cruise to Belgium, Paris, Amsterdam, Germany, Norway, Austria and Italy from March to April 2016.
Friends of The 1975
After addressing fans as “Friends of The 1975” in a letter on social media, The 1975 have buckled up to release their second album. The quartet debuted in 2012, writing their own songs and releasing their EP “Facedown”. This was followed by another EP titled “Sex” in November the same year. Their chart-smashing track “Chocolate” from their third EP “Music for Cars” gave them the commercial breakthrough, hitting the UK Singles chart at number nineteen. Following a series of sold-out performances worldwide, including the prestigious Reading and Leeds Festival 2013, the quartet released their eponymous album in 2013. Together with members Adam Hann, George Daniel and Ross MacDonald, Matthew Healy is ready to rock venues all over. If you fancy watching them live, hit one of their concerts near you.