The 1975 blast Aussie radio station Triple J for not playing their music

British band The 1975 scolds Aussie radio station Triple J for not playing their music and tells program director ‘to f**k off’

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British band The 1975 has criticized Australian radio station Triple J, calling conductor Richard Kingsman a ‘k**bhead’ for rarely playing their music.

Frontman Matty Healy took to Instagram on Thursday to criticize the youth channel for posting about their upcoming tour of Australia and New Zealand, despite giving the group little support over the years.

He shared a screenshot of Triple J’s post, captioning it: “Then play our music before you start licking our a**e just because you finally realize we’re mint.”

British band The 1975 has criticized Australian radio station Triple J, calling conductor Richard Kingsman a ‘k**bhead’ for rarely playing their music. (Pictured: singer Matty Healy)

Healy then continued his attack on Triple J on Twitter.

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“You literally have nothing to do with us coming to Australia. Don’t start doing it now,” the singer and guitarist wrote.

“You don’t have a monopoly on cool and the head of your company is stupid, so you can fuck off.”

Frontman Matty Healy (pictured at the Leeds Festival on August 22) took to Instagram on Thursday to criticize the youth channel for posting about their upcoming tour of Australia and New Zealand, despite giving the group little support over the years.

He shared a screenshot of Triple J’s post, captioning it: “Play our music before you start licking our a**e just because you finally realize we’re mint”

Triple J started playing The 1975 in August 2019, according to the Twitter account Triplejplays. The band has been releasing music since 2012.

The station had played the dance floor adaptation of their August single Happiness seven hours before Healy’s post, reports NME

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It comes after the band announced part of their Australia and New Zealand world tour, following their latest album Being Funny in a Foreign Language.

Healy then continued his attack on Triple J on Twitter. “You literally have nothing to do with us coming to Australia, don’t start getting involved now,” the singer and guitarist wrote

Known for hits like Love Me, the band kicks off their tour at Perth’s Red Hill Auditorium in April, before heading to Adelaide, Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne.

The rockers from Manchester then head to New Zealand where they will play shows in Auckland and Wellington.

Fans can grab tickets next week.

It comes after the band announced part of their world tour of Australia and New Zealand, following their latest album Being Funny in a Foreign Language

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