The 1975 drop “TooTimeTooTimeTooTime” about unfaithful relationships
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The 1975 have confirmed that they will be performing at next month’s BRIT Awards, and we couldn’t be more excited to see their performance!

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The band took to Twitter to announce the news that they would hit the stage alongside George Ezra, Little Mix and Jorja Smith.



And of course, Matty Healy’s reaction was the exact same as ours.

“We’re humbled to be nominated for two BRIT Awards and are excited to be coming back to The O2 to perform on the night,” the band said in regards to the news. “It will be a brilliant show!”

BRITs Chairman and Chairman and CEO of Sony Music UK & Ireland Jason Iley said, “Following their critically acclaimed, third consecutive No.1 album last year, I am pleased to welcome The 1975 back to the BRITs stage. After a fantastic year for the band, it’s great to see them join an already incredible line up, for what is sure to be an amazing night.”

The 1975 are currently nominated for Best British Group as well as Album Of The Year.

You can catch the 39th BRIT Awards on February 20. The show will be live streamed internationally and will be available for viewing, here.

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