Posts Tagged ‘The 1975’

NEWS: The 1975 to call third album ‘Music For Cars’; two songs penned!

Still touring relentlessly off the back of their critically acclaimed sophomore full-length, ‘I Like It When You Sleep, For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware Of It’ Manchester’s own The 1975 have reportedly already put some work words album number three, which the band have said will be titled ‘Music For Cars’, recycling the title from their 2013 EP of the same name.

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NEWS: The BRIT Awards 2017 winners confirmed!

Last night, the biggest musical event on UK shores all year long, The BRIT Awards, took place at The O2 in London, which saw a celebration of a selection of British artists and their achievements over the past year, along with a few international winners too.

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VIDEO: Creeper – A Change Of Heart (The 1975 cover)

Whilst taking part on a recent live session on BBC Radio 1 during a show hosted by Huw Stephens, goth-tinged punk rock superstars-to-be Creeper performed a rather chilling take on The 1975‘s single from last year, ‘A Change Of Heart’.

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NEWS: Full line-up announced for Parklife 2017!

Instead of leaking out a few acts here and there in the run up to the big day(s), Manchester’s annual music festival Parklife have decided to lay all of their cards on the table and confirm the full line-up for this year’s event.

Spread across eight different stages on two days, acts confirmed to perform at the festival this year include The 1975, London Grammar, Two Door Cinema Club, Danny Brown, and more.

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NEWS: The 1975 offer ‘How To Draw’ for free download!

As a treat to see in the new year, Manchester indie rockers The 1975 have just made their song ‘How To Draw’ available to download for free from their website.

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TOP 10 ALBUMS OF 2016!

It’s been unquestionable that 2016 has been, if we’re going to put it very mildly, a whirlwind of a year across several areas of the world. What’s also just as unquestionable is how fantastic of a year it has been for new music and releases, with newborn classic after newborn classic hitting our inboxes and our ears far more often than we’re used to, and we’ve been absolutely loving it.

Consequently, it’s been pretty tough to pull our brains together, split the opinions, define our true loves and hates, but we’ve done it. So, here we have what we collectively feel have been the top 10 best albums to have come out across the past 12 months. If you haven’t heard any of these yet, get that sorted out. Immediately.

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NEWS: The 1975 tease new music to be coming in 2018!

They only released their highly acclaimed sophomore record ‘I Like It When You Sleep, For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware Of It’ back in February, but it looks like Manchester indie rock sensation The 1975 have began working on new material.

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FEATURE: How the music scene responded to Donald Trump becoming the US president!

By now, pretty much everyone in the world is aware of the outcome from last night’s US presidential election day, seeing perhaps one of the most visceral and venomous campaigns seen in the history of US politics. Even most of those who had voted for winner Donald Trump to become the country’s 45th president had been surprised (those voting for Trump pleasantly so, of course) by the result, especially seeing as though the candidate has pretty much no political experience until he ran for office.

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VIDEO: The 1975 – Somebody Else

With the hype surrounding their sophomore LP ‘I Like It When You Sleep, For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware Of It’ still yet to loosen, Manchester’s The 1975 have now unveil an 8-minute long video to accompany its latest single, ‘Somebody Else’.

You can stream and watch the video for ‘Somebody Else’ below:

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FEATURE: How bands and musicians reacted to the UK leaving the EU!

Yesterday (June 24th 2016), after hours and hours of voting across the country, and then those votes being counted up, the UK made the decision to leave the EU. For those who aren’t quite sure what that is, that’s the European Union – a selection of countries across Europe that work together in a huge number of ways, including economically, travel, and trade, if we’re going to be super brief about it.

The UK has been a part of the EU for over four decades, and following the poll results is the first country (or, set of countries as it includes England, Scotland, and Northern Ireland) to decide to leave the union after being a part of it. Of course, such a decision has split the opinions of many up and down the country, and as it affects the music industry, many musicians have also expressed their feelings on this historic decision.

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