The 1975 announce debut album and new UK tour dates

Manchester art-pop quartet The 1975 have announced they will release their debut album on September 9th, through Dirty Hit/Polydor. Co-produced by Arctic Monkeys collaborator Mike Crossey, the album is set to cement their status as one of the breakthrough bands of the year.

Having sold out their September shows at London’s Shepherd’s Bush Empire on the 20th and Manchester Ritz on the 21st, the band have announced details of a full 14-date nationwide tour as well as two headline shows in January.

Watch the video the bands new single ‘The City’ below, set for a 20th May release.

Sun 15th – Newcastle – University
Mon 16th – Birmingham – Institute
Tues 17th – Glasgow – ABC
Wed 18th – Nottingham – Rock City
Fri 20th – London – Shepherd’s Bush Empire (SOLD OUT)
Sat 21st – Manchester – Ritz (SOLD OUT)
Sun 22nd – Stoke – Sugarmill
Mon 23rd – Leeds – Leeds University Stylus.
Tues 24th – Oxford – Academy.
Wed 25th – Norwich – Waterfront.
Thurs 26th – Bristol – Academy
Sat 28th – Brighton – Concorde 2
Mon 30th – Dublin – Academy
Tues 1st – Belfast – Mandela Hall

Wed 8th – Manchester – Academy
Sat 11th – London – Brixton Academy

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