Today is the day that The 1975 make ‘A Brief Inquiry Into The History Of Online Relationships’ and trust us, it’s more than just brief.

Their latest LP will be the third studio instalment to their collection, following up from where their 2017 ‘I like when you sleep, you’re so beautiful yet so unaware of it’ left off. Already home to hits like ‘Love If We Made it’ ‘TOOTIMETOOTIMETOOTIME‘ that have amassed over a million Spotify streams, this is set to be the Brit-rockers most successful release to date.

And of course, if you missed it, they also brought out a string of amazingly produced music videos. Their latest being “Sincerity Is Scary” which you can watch below:

This album is most notable and relevant for the band as it marks their return to music since frontman Matty Healey finished in rehab. Speaking to Billboard earlier in January this year he said “I went and worked with horses for seven weeks. I didn’t get dragged away to rehab, I was fucking exhausted and at the [risk] of being another statistic in that prescription drug opioid crisis that hit America, because that’s the way I dealt with things on tour.”

Kicking off this era with a bang the group are ready to kick off a selection of UK dates that have already sold-out for next year. However, Healey and Banquet Records have warned fans about camping out before the shows stating “you will be moved.”

Tour dates are below:

January 2019

9 – Belfast, SSE Arena
10 – Dublin, 3Arena

12 – Glasgow, SSE Hydro
14 – Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
16 – Brighton, The Centre
18 – London, The O2
21 – Exeter, Westpoint
23 – Birmingham, Arena
24 – Manchester, Arena
25 – Sheffield, FlyDSA Arena

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