The quartet known as The 1975 is an indie band from Manchester, England. Matt Healy, Adam Hann, Ross MacDonald and George Daniel formed a band back in 2004 and played using monikers like The Big Sleep, Drive Like I Do, The Slowdown and Talkhouse. It wasn't until 2012 that they settled on The 1975 as a name and released Facedown, the first of four EPs. The band's self-titled EP released in 2013, went to the top spot in the UK and reached platinum status. Since then, the band has enjoyed great success with sold-out concerts, three studio albums, a live album, five EPs, 12 singles and a string of hit songs like "Love It If We Made It" and "Love Me."
The 1975: They Love It and They Made It
The 1975 is heavily influenced by emo, the '90s and the early 2000s scene that included artists like America Football, Joan of Arc, Bright Eyes and more. The band appreciates the emotion of the music and counts it as very important in its own work. They also have many influences from the '80s, including artists like Peter Gabriel, Michael Jackson, Scritti Politti and My Bloody Valentine.
Where can I buy The 1975 tickets?
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Is The 1975 coming to a city near me?
The 1975 recently announced new tour dates in the US playing in venues like the BB&T Pavilion in Camden, N.J., PNC Arena in Raleigh, N.C., and Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville, S.C. The 1975 tours extensively, and you can get tickets for their concerts at StubHub.
What can I expect from The 1975 concerts?
The 1975 sells out venues for a good reason. It fills seats with a wide variety of music lovers drawn to music that's infused with dark, youthful themes of fear, love and sex. The band will often cover songs by other young artists like Justin Beiber and One Direction since they share many of the same fans. It enables The 1975 to draw new young fans to its camp. The band puts on a high-energy show that sometimes just features the four of them with frontman Matt Healey moving and dancing in his own unique way. Other times, the group is joined by other musicians and backup singers for its eclectic and energetic setlist that includes great hits like "Love It If We Made It," "Love Me," "Chocolate" and more. It's not unusual for lead singer Healey to keep a stream of commentary going between songs, which fans of the band seem to love. The group offers quirky pop and power ballads and blends them well with its darker fare for a show that's well-balanced and entertaining.
Can you name some popular The 1975 songs?
Some of the band's most popular numbers include "Somebody Else," "Sincerity is Scary," "TOOTIMETOOTIMETOOTIME," "Robbers," "The Sound," "Chocolate," "Girls," "Love It If We Made It," "Give Yourself a Try," "It's Not Living," "You," "Love Me," "The City," "Paris" and more.
The band got its own name from a Beat poetry book by Jack Kerouac with the date on the back page written as "1 June, The 1975." The band is proud to write and produce all of its own songs, not relying on anyone else to create music for it. This care shows because the band's distinct brand of music is loved by millions.Back to Top
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