The 1975 announce North American tour and first ever Mexican dates
'Somebody Else' hitmakers The 1975 have announced details of a North American tour that will kick off with a concert in New York on October 1 and will run until November 26 when then jaunt will end in Dallas, Texas.
They will also visit Mexico for the first time ever on the run and the band's full tour schedule can be seen below.
As previously reported, frontman Matt Healy opened up about his cocaine addiction during an interview with Britain's Guardian newspaper:
"I wasn't a heroin addict – I never lost it to heroin – but I was a coke addict big-time. I was 18, I dabbled in everything. I wanted to be Jack Kerouac. I thought I was as decadent as all of that. I thought: the world will catch up."
"And that stems from this: I remember once, I was sat in front of the TV – I must have been about six – and my dad's mates are all welders. They were sat behind me watching a video of Michael Jackson. And they were expressing their opinions about how alien he was, how unrelatable he was. And I remember thinking to myself: 'Well, I'm a lot more like him than I am like you.'"
October 1 - Queens, NY @ The Meadows Music & Arts Festival
Watch an interview with Matt Healy here:
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