At all times one to make an announcement, The 1975‘s Matty Healy as soon as once more made waves for his onstage actions throughout a live performance. This time, he bought a tattoo in entrance of concertgoers.
Through the band’s Kentucky cease of its At Their Very Greatest Tour on Dec. 16, the vocalist took a break in the course of the set and had a tattoo artist come on stage — to not be part of him in music, however lay down his newest ink. In fan-captured video, Healy’s tattoo session is soundtracked by dramatic classical music, and followers look onward in bewilderment. The tattoo, written in easy letters, reads “I’m a Man.”
Maybe followers in attendance of The 1975’s now know to anticipate memorable moments from Healy whereas he performs on tour. In November, the vocalist kissed a fan onstage throughout “Robbers,” later extending his affections and kissing fellow bandmate Ross MacDonald. In earlier stops in the course of the North American trek, Healy made waves for consuming uncooked meat onstage.
The 1975’s Pittsburgh live performance on Dec. 17 marked the top of the tour’s North American leg. The band — which additionally consists of members Adam Hann and George Daniel — are happening a brief break for the vacations and can head again out on the highway within the new yr beginning on Jan. 8, making a sequence of stops throughout the UK earlier than heading to South America, Australia and New Zealand, and Asia later within the yr.
See fan captured moments from Healy’s tattoo second under.