Performed during a one-off set with a symphony orchestra.
Complete with their now award-winning light show.
He’s up against 11 other artists on this year’s shortlist.
The British heartthrobs just can’t get enough.
Hope you haven’t lost those tune rags…
“Although up to six people are on stage at any given time, it’s clear from the outset that this is Matthew Healy’s show.”
To either cure your FOMO or make it worse.
Slipping off the band’s tour bus, Daniel’s injury won’t be slowing the band down as they bring in a replacement.
At the Drive-In, The 1975, James Blake & more!
It’s finally here!
Make sure you take a deep breath before trying to recite the title of British rockers The 1975’s new album. I Like It When You Sleep, For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware Of It. It’s epic, romantic and unabashedly absurd, much like the quartet itself. This isn’t an insult, as these traits are
“I’d imagine we will be, yeah.”
“Unconvincing Emo Lyrics”
A hotbed of sonic experimentation and jarring contrasts.
It’s been just about a year since British heart-throbs The 1975 graced our shores, but the sold-out Hordern Pavilion crowd proved that Sydney punters can’t get enough. Drawing a mixed crowd of (mostly) squealing girls that wouldn’t look out of place at either a One Direction or The Amity Affliction gig, they didn’t need much
New 1975, just in time for their Aussie tour.
Brit pop-rockers The 1975 have debuted Love Me, the first taste of their forthcoming sophomore album with a mouthful of a name I Like It When You Sleep For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware of It. It comes after months of teasing their fans with new music. In June their social media accounts
After messing with everyone’s heads with a sneaky marketing move of having all their social media accounts disappear before returning with a new pink-hued approach, The 1975 are definitely still a band and have today announced a string of Australian shows set for next year. The “new chapter” of the rock outfit has since been
The last three days have been an emotional ride for fans of The 1975. The band posted cryptic cartoons and disappeared from social media, causing widespread panic that they were on the verge of announcing a break-up. But, after reappearing yesterday with a pink facelift, the UK pop rockers have now revealed more details about
After going dark on social media, it seems The 1975 have now gone, well, pink. The band sparked a fan meltdown after deactivating all of their accounts yesterday, including those of its individual members. But not before frontman Matt Healy uploaded a cryptic cartoon (below) to his personal Twitter account. Many fans took the comic’s