The 1975 Resume UK Leg of Music for Cars Tour with Live Debuts

Last night, The 1975 resumed their massive Music for Cars Tour in the UK. The first show of the tour took place The SSE Arena in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The 1975 paused the UK leg of their tour on December 4th, and made sure to kick off their first show of the New Year in a big way by live premiering three songs off their latest album release, 2018's A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships.
The tour, admittedly, has been all about the live debuts, as they have a plethora of new music to share with fans. The tour kicked off during the end of November, and makes its way across multiple continents by the fall. You can also expect yet another new album by the English pop rockers before the year is over. The forthcoming album is titled Notes on a Conditional Form and is expected to be released on May 31.
There has yet to be any unreleased material performed live yet, but as the tour inches closer to the Spring, the setlist is bound to carry more surprises. Last night's setlist was the longest from the tour yet, clocking at 22 songs, including a four song encore. The live debuts came during the last half of the set and were of "How to Draw / Petrichor," "I Like America & America Likes Me," and A Brief Inquiry's closing track, "I Always Wanna Die (Sometimes)."
The sets on this tour have consistently been kicking off with new track "Give Yourself a Try." While the tour carries a lot of newer material, fans can still expect to hear older faves like "Girls," "Somebody Else," "A Change of Heart," "Robbers," "Chocolate," "The Sound," And "Sex." The last three tracks came during the encore at last night's show and have remained as closing songs each night.
Check out last night's setlist below:
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The ambitious stage production is just as mind-blowing as the songs, see photos and videos from fans below:
Make sure to catch The 1975 when they make a stop in your town! Check out the full dates over on their website.
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Last updated: 19 Jan 2019, 05:50 Etc/UTC