The 1975 Frontman Matty Healy Announces ‘Indefinite Hiatus’
It’s a sad time for The 1975 fans!
The 1975’s Frontman Matty Healy, has announced the English pop-rock will be taking an “indefinite hiatus” following the final show of their current tour.
Matty delivered the sad news to the crowd during the band’s concert in Sacramento, California on Tuesday evening.
A fan shared a clip of the moment to social media. In the video, Matty said: “After this tour, we will be going on an indefinite hiatus of shows, so it’s wonderful to have you guys with us tonight.”
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He continued, saying: “We always love… playing for you guys whenever we have the chance,”
Finally, he added: “It’s wonderful you’re all here.”
A number of fans took to X, formerly known as Twitter, to voice their disappointment and upset over the band’s announcement of an “indefinite hiatus”.
One user tweeted: “Nooooooooooooooooo plz come back.”
While another wrote: “I actually just started tearing up.”
The 1975 formed in 2002 after the four members – lead vocalist Matty, lead guitarist Adam Hann, bassist Ross MacDonald and drummer George Daniel first met in secondary school. Their first professional release came in 2013 when they released their debut album, The 1975. The band have gone from strength to strength since releasing four subsequent albums in the last ten years.