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The 1975 have canceled their show at Red Rocks in Morrison, CO on Tuesday night after getting stuck in the snow on the way to the gig.

The Denver area is covered in snow right now, which is causing dangerous road conditions.

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The band’s label, Dirt Hit, released a statement this morning about the cancelation.

“Tonight’s 1975 concert at Red Rocks is cancelled due to road closures across Interstate 80. The 1975 and all their equipment are stuck on Interstate 80 and unable to reach Red Rocks to perform tonight,” the statement said.

“The band love playing at Red Rocks and are gutted to not be able to make the show this evening due to the adverse weather conditions. They’ll be back as soon as they can to make up for it.”

We hope that everyone who planned on attending the show stays safe.

The 1975 are currently on tour to promote their most recent album,  A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships.

Recently, the band stopped by the Late Late Show with James Corden to do a performance featuring Matty Healy doing the running man. They also talked about the album and the inspiration behind it.

“I think it’s one of the records of the year,” Corden said about the group’s most recent album. “There’s such a diverse sound in it. Just when you feel like you know what the record is, it becomes something else.”

“I like what you said it has a kind of metamorphosis in it,” Healy responded. “I just want people to have the same sense of freedom that the record has.”

They also talked about having a treadmill on stage during their Coachella performance.

“I think the treadmill thing was my idea because of this very famous Jamiroquai video,” Healy said.

Of course, he’s referring to the “Virtual Insanity” video, which you can see below.

The band also performed “It’s Not Living (If It’s Not With You)” and Healy even did the running man onstage alongside his background dancers. The entire thing was extremely entertaining to watch. You can check that out below.

In other news, Healy recently made us have a revelation about one of the band’s cover artwork that seriously shocked us.

Healy’s had some other pretty big ideas as of lately besides just discussing theories about his own band with fans online. He recently asked fans on Twitter if they’d be interested if the 1975 and other artists put on a three-night festival in the U.K.

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

What do you think of the 1975 canceling their show? Sound off in the comments below!

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