The 1975 are stopping fans from camping outside their shows

27 November 2018, 12:10 | Updated: 27 November 2018, 12:12

Matty Healy records video message for fans
Matty Healy records video message for fans. Picture: Getty / @swimdeepb4by
Woodrow Whyte

By Woodrow Whyte

"The police will probably just move you on."

Matty Healy has warned fans not to camp outside The 1975's next show in London, warning that "it's simply not gonna happen. It's too cold." (Nov 27)

The band are set to play their first UK show of the Music for Cars era in an intimate venue in Kingston, London on Thursday night (Nov 29th). Their third album, A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships, drops the following day.

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Knowing that their fans will probably try to camp outside regardless, Matty added: "And don’t think your sly like ‘yeah of course’ and then just try and do it anyway cos I’ve got people their who will stop you".

Matty's warnings didn't stop there.

In a separate video filmed by a fan and shared on Twitter, Matty records another message - with his security guard - warning fans not to camp outside. He means business, ya'll.

"This is a genuine message that we're telling people not to camp out because it's too cold. The police will probably just move you on." The security guard adds: "They will move you on. Do not camp out".

For those that live outside the UK, the country is experiencing a cold snap as it heads into winter, with temperatures expected to fall to 10c on Thursday, which isn't that bad, but still way too cold to be hanging out on the streets at night. Stay safe (and warm!)