The 1975 drop “TooTimeTooTimeTooTime” about unfaithful relationships
[Photo by: Brett Lloyd]

Matty Healy recently asked fans on Twitter whether or not they would be interested in a festival put on by the 1975 and other affiliates.

The tweet in question highlighted that the potential festival would come sometime next year and span three nights in the UK.

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“If The 1975 & Co. put on their own festival next year, over three nights in the UK, who’s coming?” Healy asks.

Of course, the reception for the possibility of a festival was nothing short of positive. Additionally, even some bands expressed interest of being a part of it, including Wolf Alice, Hoodie Allen and Circa Waves.

While we’re not sure who Healy is referring to in regards to the “Co.,” NME suggests that it could be fellow Dity Hit label mates.

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Recently, Matty Healy sent the 1975 fandom into a frenzy by potentially revealing the Music For Cars artwork.

Matty tweeted the full ‘Music for Cars’ art he said we’d never see from r/the1975

However, some fans also speculate that when the band go to release their forthcoming fourth record, Notes On A Conditional Form, they will release Music For Cars using the “final” artwork in a box set.

Would you attend a festival put together by the 1975? Who would you want to be there? Let us know in the comments below.

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