The band announced on Tuesday that concerts in Brazil, Argentina, Chile and Colombia have been pushed to 2017. No explanation has been made on the band's accounts.
But just because these shows are canceled doesn't mean Matt Healy and crew have gained some free time. No, the band are scheduled to tour in the the Philippines, Japan, the U.S. and the U.K. (their show in the O2 arena sold out in three hours).
See the rescheduled dates below:
Meanwhile, fans in the Facebook comments are not happy. They are claiming that they have already bought tickets for these shows, and that they deserve a proper explanation. On Twitter, fans are wondering if the guys are overworking themselves.
I only know two reasons for the rescheduling, the tour overlaps with the Philharmonic Orchestra concert and their 12 day vacation beforehand— The 1975 On Tour (@The1975_Tour) August 16, 2016
Woah it's happening already, @the1975 are rescheduling shows. Have a rest boys, don't overwork yourselves. We can wait 👏🏽— The 1975 Polls (@driveliketx1975) August 16, 2016
Below, the 1975 share their secret to success in 2014: