Why See The 1975?
The Band of the Moment
Due to phenomenal demand, Brit band The 1975 have extended their tour. The indie four-piece encapsulate all the joy, heartbreak and hate of growing up in their 90-esque electro pop sound, with their breakthrough album I Like it When You Sleep For You Are So Beautiful Yet Unaware Of It sounding like a long lost soundtrack to a John Hughes movie.
Forming whilst still in high school, the Manchester band started to make music in 2004. They've really bided their time, going through a few name changes and transformations before their 2013 self-titled. Since the release of album number two, their popularity has exploded on both sides of the Atlantic, through the success of singles like 'Love Me', 'Urgh' and 'The Sound'. Catch The 1975 when they hit Mesa Amphitheatre in Mesa, AZ, Closed April 22, 2017
Performance date: 22 April 2017
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