Matt Healy and co — who recently found themselves in hot water in Malaysia after Healy kissed bandmate Ross MacDonald during a gig — will hit the road in America this autumn.
They will then arrive in the UK early next year.
They announced the news on Twitter and Instagram in a post that sparked a meltdown among excited fans.
The 1975 UK tour dates
The band — which is comprised of Healy, MacDonald, Adam Hann and George Daniel — will play the OVO Hydro in Glasgow on 9 February.
They are then set to move onto London with two dates at the O2 – 12 and 13 February.
From there, the If You're Too Shy (Let Me Know) singers will head off around Europe, with stops including Lisbon, Paris, Madrid, Oslo and Milan.
How to get tickets
The band has announced that fans can sign up for an exclusive presale.
Those tickets will go on sale at 10am on 6 September, and fans can sign up for the presale on the group’s website.
Tickets go on general sale at 10am on 8 September.
What happened in Malaysia?
The stars were in the news this summer after Healy kissed MacDonald.
The 1975 had been booked for the Good Vibes Festival in Kuala Lumpur, but Healy told concert-goers that when they signed up he didn’t know about the government's stance on gay rights and anti-gay laws.
He then kissed MacDonald in protest, leading to their set being cut short and the Malaysian government apparently telling them that they were banned from the country.
Watch: Matty Healy feared prison after kissing his bandmate on stage in Malaysia