The 1975 released on Wednesday a teaser trailer for their December tour, saying it will feature their biggest headline show yet.
Watch the teaser here.
The band’s representatives announced in a statement that “The 1975 will play their biggest UK headline show to date. The show will form part of a series of concerts that will be toured worldwide, with expanded visuals and a brand new setlist, including songs that have never been played live. The 1975’s constantly evolving performance will fuse art and technology to create a unique live experience.”
Though the band have yet to settle on a venue, there are speculations of it being a London arena, presumably Alexandra Palace, Wembley Arena or the O2.
The tour follows the release of The 1975’s second album I Like It When You Sleep, For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware Of It.
The band will still play in various gigs prior to the tour, including their Glastonbury show on June 25, Scottish festival T In The Park in July, accompanying Calvin Harris at Wireless in the same month, and finally In The Mix Manila and Reading & Leeds in August.