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It looks like The 1975 are def playing a gig at London’s Camden Assembly, then

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Published: 3:20 pm, November 07, 2018Words: Sam Taylor.
It looks like The 1975 are def playing a gig at London’s Camden Assembly, then

The 1975’s Matty Healy has further teased that the band are soon going to play London’s Camden Assembly (formerly the Barfly).

A few weeks back, he confirmed on Twitter they would be playing “2 tiny shows before Christmas” that would be “in southern England”, having already said to manager Jamie Oborne “let’s do the Barfly in December,” and hinting they'll also do New Slang in Kingston (hmm?).

Now he’s back at it, tweeting “Getting ready for The Camden Barfly (Assembly)” alongside a pic presumably taken during rehearsals.

There’s no news yet as to when exactly the gig will be, but it seems likely to be near the release of their upcoming album, 'A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships', which is set to arrive on 30th November.

Who bloody knows, eh?

The 1975 also have a much larger tour planned for early next year, the dates for which are:

JANUARY
9 Belfast SSE Arena
10 Dublin 3Arena
12 Glasgow SSE Hydro
14 Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
16 Brighton Centre
18 London The O2
19 London The O2
21 Exeter WestPoint
23 Birmingham Arena
24 Manchester Arena
25 Sheffield FLYDSA Arena

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