Matt Healy of the 1975 Confirms the Band Won’t Play Glastonbury - EpicNews

Matt Healy of the 1975 appeared on Matt Wilkinson’s Beats 1 radio present on Friday, and whereas the complete interview gained’t air till subsequent week (January 24th), Apple has shared snippets from their chat, the place Healy confirmed that the band gained’t be enjoying Glastonbury this yr.

No, we’re not going to headline,” he mentioned. “However Glastonbury is thrilling this yr. I do know so much about it.… I’ve heard wonderful tales and wonderful issues, and I’m going to go as a punter. It’s going to be depraved. Possibly I’ll rise up and perform a little acoustic set with Stone Temple [Pilots].”

Healy additionally confirmed that the 1975 gained’t be attending the Grammys subsequent Sunday, January 26th, the place their monitor “Give Your self a Strive” is nominated for Greatest Rock Tune. “We’re enjoying a present in Auckland [New Zealand that day]. We’re a great distance away within the fireplace.”

Wilkinson requested Healy in regards to the band’s newest single, “Me and You Together Song,” from the upcoming album Notes on a Conditional Type, due out in April, in addition to an unreleased track referred to as “Guys.” Healy mentioned “Guys” was a tribute to the band members’ relationships with each other.

“We’re type of like brothers,” Healy mentioned. “We’ve acquired a track referred to as ‘Ladies,’ and I wished to only type of write a track about type of how a lot I cherished my mates, and I wished folks to have a track that’s like a love track for his or her mates.”

The 1975 have introduced their upcoming 2020 tour, kicking off April 27th in Houston. Phoebe Bridgers and Beabadoobee will open for the band on most dates.

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