The 1975 Announce New Album, and UK Tour

The 1975 released their self-titled debut album in 2013. Last year they were named as the hardest working band of 2014, beating competition from Jake Bugg, Future Islands and Bombay Bicycle Club, reported nme.com.
Days after suggesting they may be splitting up on their Twitter page, the band posted a letter online announcing a string of tour dates and confirming their second album is “in production”, according to officialcharts.com
“It’s creation signifies the end of the most inspiring and challenging time that we’ve ever shared as friends and as artists,” frontman Matthew Healy wrote, reported HollywireTV. “This is the beginning of a new chapter for The 1975. Our new record signifies the start of a new world for us, a more colourful world a less colourful world.”
The 1975 will play 16 shows in the UK in November this year to tie in with the release, kicking off in Liverpool on November 11 and wrapping up in Manchester on November 28, reports officialcharts.com
A link to the official 1975 tour website, which includes all updated information about official tour dates and upcoming tour dates: http://the1975.com/tour