THE 1975 ANNOUNCES NORTH AMERICAN HEADLINE TOUR - WITH SUMMER DATE AT DAILY’S PLACE
JACKSONVILLE, Fla.– Today, Live Nation and Bold Event unveiled plans for The 1975’s extensive North American tour as they shared “Me & You Together Song” – the new song from Notes On A Conditional Form. Named as one of 2020’s most anticipated albums by Rolling Stone, Pitchforkand Vulture,Notes On A Conditional Formwill be released on April 24 by Dirty Hit / Interscope Records. The headline tour will play in Jacksonville at Daily’s Place on Monday, June 8. Phoebe Bridgers and Beabadoobee will support on most dates.
Tickets go on sale to the general public at www.dailysplace.com beginning Friday, January 24 at 9 a.m. Jaguars Season Ticket and Daily’s Rewards Members will have access to presale tickets on Thursday, January 23, between 10 a.m. and 10 p.m. One dollar from each ticket sold will go to One Tree Planted, a non-profit organization that plants trees all over the world to fight climate change, protect biodiversity, empower communities and restore our planet. Their aim is to reforest the planet, one tree at a time.
Notes On A Conditional Form is the follow-up to 2018’sA Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships, the Manchester-based quartet’s third consecutive album to top The Official U.K. Albums chart.In the States, it claimed the No. 1 position on the Top Album Sales, Alternative Albums and Top Rock Albums charts. The single “Give Yourself A Try” has received a GRAMMY® nomination for Best Rock Song.The 1975 took honors for best British Group and British Album of the Year at the 2019 BRIT Awards and received two Ivor Novello awards – Songwriters Of The Year and Best Contemporary Song (“Love It If We Made It”).
After being named one of the best songs of 2018 by critics at The New York Times,Pitchfork, Rolling Stone, Vulture and NPR, “Love It If We Made It”also appeared on the Best Songs of the 2010s recaps. A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships and the band’s second studio album,I like it when you sleep, for you are so beautiful yet so unaware of it, were includedon Pitchfork’s 200 Best Albums of the 2010s list.