The 1975 have treated fans to another early preview of their upcoming mouthful of an album I Like It When You Sleep, For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware Of It. This preview comes in the form of new single The Sound, a song that they shared with fans on their recent November tourContinue reading “[TRACK REVIEW] THE 1975 – THE SOUND”
Jordan Cardy and co. have had quite the impressive last year, from getting signed to Parlophone records to touring the UK with The 1975 and more recently RAT BOY have been tapped by numerous outlets to be one of the biggest names to look out for in 2016. He continues to keep this buzz aliveContinue reading “[TRACK REVIEW] RAT BOY – MOVE”
Reading and Leeds Festival have announced Red Hot Chili Peppers as the first headliner for the 2016 event. Famous for tracks like Californication, By The Way and Can’t Stop, the exclusive booking is the first time the American band have headlined a UK festival since 2014. Also added to the line-up for next year’s annualContinue reading “[NEWS] READING AND LEEDS ANNOUNCE FIRST HEADLINER FOR 2016”
Earlier this year, Manchester based indie rock band The 1975 took social media by storm when they removed themselves from it, then returned with a whole new aesthetic and look on their found fame. They also announced a November tour of the UK in order to introduce their new era and close out their oldContinue reading “[LIVE REVIEW] THE 1975 @ PLYMOUTH PAVILIONS – 20/11/2015”
After a countdown which lasted a fortnight and numerous online teases, The 1975 have finally unveiled new single Love Me. The first track taken from the quartet’s second LP is fizzing with abstract synths and fluorescent guitars and includes inspired hints of everything from Prince to Bowie. The Manchester band have always had a nodContinue reading “[TRACK REVIEW] THE 1975 – LOVE ME”
Last week The 1975 front man, Matt Healy, posted a picture on his twitter page of what looked like artwork for a possible new single, sparking excitement across the Twittersphere.
In August of last year The 1975 delivered their self titled album that gained mixed reviews across the board. Since then they’ve released several of their songs as singles with accompanying video including Sex, Girls and Settle Down. The latest single to hit the shelves on 26th of May is ballad ‘Robbers’.