The 1975 are huge, they are getting nearly as big as Matty Healy’s ego nowadays, and their latest sold-out UK tour only puts an exclamation mark next to that statement, well next to both statements. We ventured to Nottingham arena to see what all the talk has been about on one of the most controversial UK tours in a long time.
Ever since their breakout single 'Chocolate' back in 2013, The 1975 have continuously stepped up the standards of what it is to be a successful modern-day indie-rock outfit. Fresh off the controversial 'Notes On A Conditional Form;, can The 1975 climb back up to the peaks their music has previously reached?
The band previously worked with Vevo on a series of Vevo Presents videos in 2017.
We headed to Leeds Festival for a solid weekend of live music and headline performances from The 1975, Dave, Arctic Monkeys and more.
MUSIC NEWS: The 1975 Announce UK/Ireland Headline Tour & Release Video For New Single ‘I’m In Love With You’
Find out more and watch the new music video here!
The 1975 replace Rage Against The Machine, who have had to cancel as per medial advice.
'Being Funny In A Foreign Language' will be released in October - find out more here.
The 1975 aren’t a band to do things by halves and their fourth album, 'Notes On A Conditional Form', is a fine example of this. Chiming in at over eighty minutes long and twenty-two tracks in length, it has provided the perfect platform for sound experimentation as we see rock, pop, hip-hop and even house tracks make an appearance. After a number of release date delays, do good things really come to those who wait?
Recorded during the band's main stage performance at Leeds Festival last year, the video features footage from their Glasgow Summer Sessions show with The 1975.
The Scottish Summer Sessions return to Glasgow and Edinburgh this month for performances from the likes of Foo Fighters, The 1975, Lewis Capaldi and The Courteeners.