Matty Healy has revealed that The 1975 won't be headlining Glastonbury's 50th anniversary event this summer.
So far Glastonbury 2020 has confirmed two headliners - Taylor Swift and Paul McCartney. The only other act announced so far is Diana Ross, who will play the Sunday legends slot.
Speaking to Matt Wilkinson on his Apple Music Beats 1 show today (17 January), The 1975's Matty Healy revealed the band won't be headlining Glastonbury's 50th anniversary celebrations this summer, "No, we're not going to headline this year. But Glastonbury is exciting this year. I know a lot about it. I was talking to them about that kind of thing. So I've heard amazing stories and amazing things and I am going to, I'm going to go as a punter. So it's going to be, it's going to be wicked."
Healy jokingly added that he might perform an acoustic set, "Maybe I'll get up and do a little acoustic set a Stone Temple. This is 50 years."
Last night (16 January), The 1975 shared their latest Notes On A Conditional Form single "Me & You Together Song".