They are headlining festivals including TRNSMT and Park Life, as well as playing their biggest ever UK show at Finsbury Park this summer.
But The 1975 have been eyeing up a much bigger stage to perform on next year.
The band, which consists of lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist Matthew Healy, lead guitarist Adam Hann, bassist Ross MacDonald, and drummer George Daniel, are hoping to headline Glastonbury in 2024.
A music insider told The Sun: ‘The 1975 have wanted to play Glasto for a couple of years and feel they’re more than ready for the Pyramid stage.
‘The Arctic Monkeys were booked for this year so it wasn’t possible for them to be on the line-up.’
Talented: They are headlining festivals including TRNSMT and Park Life, but The 1975 have been eyeing up a much bigger stage to perform on next year
Huge: The band, fronted by Matt Healy, are hoping to headline Glastonbury in 2024
The source continued: ‘Glasto boss Emily Eavis is keen to have them on board too.
‘Fans will have to wait until this time next year to get the official nod on it but it’s pretty much a done deal.’
The 1975 have previously played at the festival three times, including a set on The Others stage in 2016 – but are looking to become the next headline act.
The first line-up poster for Glastonbury 2023 was revealed on Friday and includes Lizzo, Lewis Capaldi, The War On Drugs, Christine And The Queens, Thundercat, Lil Nas X, Lana Del Rey, Carly Rae Jepsen and Manic Street Preachers.
Arctic Monkeys, formed of Alex Turner, Jamie Cook, Nick O’Malley, and Matt Helders, will headline the Pyramid Stage for the third time in their career on Friday, June 23.
The following day Sweet Child O’ Mine rockers Guns N’ Roses will make their Worthy Farm debut.
They join previously confirmed Sunday night headliner, Sir Elton, who will close out the music extravaganza in Somerset, South West England, on June 25.
The Rocket Man singer’s performance will mark the final UK show on his record breaking Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour.
Many fan’s hopes of getting into Worthy Farm were dashed when tickets for Glastonbury 2023 sold out in just over an hour.
Performance: The final two Glastonbury headline acts were announced earlier this month, with Arctic Monkeys and Guns N’ Roses joining Sir Elton John on the iconic Pyramid Stage
On stage: The first line-up poster was revealed on Friday and includes Lizzo, Lewis Capaldi, The War On Drugs and Arctic Monkeys
Meanwhile, The 19975 have announced their biggest ever UK show at Finsbury Park in north London.
The pop rock band are set to perform the outdoor summer show on July 2 in front of 40,000 fans.
The 1975 have just wrapped the UK leg of their latest tour, At Their Very Best, with many moments from the tour going viral – including sucking a fans finger and French kissing another.
The organisers of the 2023 show promise a monumental day of unbeatable live music, adding that more acts will be announced imminently.
They said: ‘The band is bringing with them an array of acts with their own unique takes on pop and rock for an unsurpassable day of live music in N4, London.’
They have just wrapped up their UK tour, where they were joined by special guests Taylor Swift, Charli XCX and Lewis Capaldi.
Matty Healy has continued to cause a stir on Twitter, by locking lips with fans and sucking on their fingers during a gig in Brighton.
He is the son of actor Tim Healy, 71, and Loose Women panellist Denise Welch, 64.
Wow! Matty Healy has caused a stir on Twitter, by locking lips with fans and sucking on their fingers during a gig in Brighton
The 1975 singer, 33, ended up trending on social media after he approached the crowd and French kissed a fan during a song.
In videos captured from the concert, he could also be seen sucking on one woman’s thumb.
It comes after Matty admitted he was struggling with feeling ‘sexualized’ by fans of the Grammy nominated band.
It’s not the first time that the singer has engaged in promiscuous activity during the group’s shows, regularly kissing both male and female fans onstage.