ARTICLE

WATCH: THE 1975 Stops Concert And Speaks Out About Manchester Tragedy

Manchester-born band, The 1975, has gone cold. During their concert in Detroit, frontman Matty Healy stopped midway during their show to talk about the dreadful attack done in their hometown.

"I'm f**king pissed off. I'm bored of nationalism, and I'm bored of racism," he explained. "Nationalism, religion, all these regressive things, they're over. We can't carry on in the way that we're carrying on." He continued picturing the times when they used to hangout at the exact same place. Watch his entire speech here:

 What are your thoughts on Matty Healy's speech? Tell us in the comments!

Comments

X

    PHOTOS

    VIDEOS