Any fans of The 1975? The British pop rock band will be kicking off their Asia tour in September next year.
The announcement was made via the group’s official social media. Following the success of their sophomore album “I Like It When You Sleep, For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware Of It” (2016), the band recently released their 3rd record, “A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships”.
Unfortunately, Malaysia isn’t included in their Asian tour pitstops. But fans can still take note of other neighbouring countries of their concert. The 5 Asian countries include:
- 6th September 2019 – Seoul, South Korea
- 8th September 2019 – Hong Kong
- 11th September 2019 – Manila, Philippines (Mall of Asia Arena)
- 13th September 2019 – Bangkok, Thailand (Thunderdome)
- 16th September 2019 – Singapore (The Star Theatre)
Frontman Matty Healy recently talked about the inspiration behind single “Love It If We Made It”. “I think the song reflects the times I get really emotionally affected by something. When that happens, I write it down. I let this song happen over a long time. Peep died while I was in rehab and I just wanted to say, ‘Bless him’. I didn’t have a more beautiful vehicle to express a tribute to someone who tragically died so young, other than my music,” the singer-songwriter told Bandwagon.
Ticket sales for The 1975 “Live in Singapore” will go on sale this week via apactix. Tickets are priced at $88, $108, $128 and $148 respectively.
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