If there is any band out there which has managed to tap into the millennial cultural and emotional landscape, one leading nominee would be without a doubt The 1975. With their breezy, bottomless and sensual pop rock, The 1975 has given us a cinematic soundscape to get lost in and fall in love with. Driven by the honesty and sharp observations of charismatic frontman Matty Healy, the band has been digging themselves into the core of our hearts since the release of their self-titled debut. With their bold and ambitious new album, A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships, they’ve once again proved that they are everything and so much more.
Forming already in the 2002’s as teenagers, the bands major success and breakthrough came ten years later. Teaming up with producer Mike Crossey (known for his work with Arctic Monkeys and Foals) they released The 1975 to critical appraise. Their few next years was dominated by worldwide touring and as “I Like It When You Sleep, for You Are So Beautiful yet So Unaware of It” dropped 2016 we were once again hit by another force of an album. Showing to be capable of taking on any genre without losing their own unique idiosyncrasies, the 1975 are preparing the release of yet another upcoming album (!) – next year’s Notes on a Conditional Form.