The 1975 have deleted a bunch of social media posts, which is an excuse to hype
Yes, this is news. Shut up.
Published: 11:58 am, March 21, 2018
Is this news? That's what you're going to say to this update, Dear Reader. But, we're happy to inform you, this is important, because it concerns The 1975, and - y'know - obviously everything concerning The 1975 is of prime importance.
The band have wiped their social media platforms back to mid July - that's when they posted following their Latitude 2017 headline set to draw the 'I Like It When You Sleep...' era to a close.
We're expecting movement from The 1975 shortly. We're still thinking 1st June is the most likely arrival date for the much anticipated 'Music For Cars', and manager Jamie Oborne promised new music from the band "really soon" around a week ago.
As with everything The 1975, we doubt it'll be low key when it does arrive. Keep that hype engine running. Everything is news now. [sc name="stopper"]
Give all this a try
There's also Beabadoobee, Ashton Irwin, Boy Pablo, The Cribs, Will Joseph Cook and loads more.
It's that time again! Tell us what you've been into this year.
Alfie Templeman might still be only seventeen years old, but he’s on the rise.
He's already conquered the world as part of 5SOS, but now Ashton Irwin is going it alone - in a more honest and open way than ever before.
Like this? Subscribe to Dork
and get every issue delivered direct to your door anywhere on the planet.
© 2018 The Bunker Publishing