The organisers of a festival in Malaysia cancelled last month after a controversial performance by the British band The 1975 have threatened the group with legal action.

The company behind Good Vibes Festival has sent the band a warning letter demanding compensation.

The event was cancelled after the band’s singer Matt Healy attacked the country’s anti-LGBT laws.

Representatives for the band refused to comment when contacted by the BBC.

During the band’s headline performance, Healy addressed the audience in a profanity-laden speech before kissing a fellow band member.

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