The 1975

Important Questions Raised By...

We Asked The 1975 Fans About Their Weirdest Online Relationships

“This girl I work with is always selling pictures of her feet... He likes it when she curls them around other objects.”
Annie Lord
we saw this

At The 1975 Live Show, the Internet Isn't Good or Bad – It's Just Here

Sure, being online might lead to our demise. But for now – and especially on stage at The O2 – it might be the most beautiful thing.
Georgie Wright

The 1975's New Album Is a Hopeful Chronicle of Our Times

Or: "How I Stopped Worrying and Learned to Love The 1975."
Lauren O'Neill

Why, Exactly, Are The 1975 So Successful?

To understand how the hell they've achieved this, we need to lean in closer, to the intricacies of their songwriting.
Emily Bootle
New music

The 1975's "Give Yourself a Try" Is Relatable Rock for Aging Cool Kids

It's the British band's first single from their new album 'A Brief Enquiry into Online Relationships,' out in October, and it's like a semi-jokey revival of early 00s indie rock.
Phil Witmer
Fandom Week

Meet the Fans Who Love to Tweet “I Hate Y’All” at Their Faves

"When I call you guys fuckers it's my way of expressing love OK?"
Marianne Eloise
deep dives

Neon, Smoke, and Mirrors: Why So Many Moody-Ass Videos Look Alike

How everyone from Fall Out Boy and Busted to Carly Rae Jepsen fell for neon piping, pastel colors and ~meaningful~ fog.
Marianne Eloise
Noisey News

Matt Healy from The 1975 Will "Send Nudes" To Brits Who Vote Labour

Not sure if that's an incentive or a deterrent but vote anyway.
Lauren O'Neill

DJ Gloria Vanderbilt Embraces Nostalgia On and Off the Dance Floor

The Last Record: DJ Gloria Vanderbilt is a vinyl-only DJ that favors the sounds of the past.
Britt Julious
we saw this

Never Mind the Cell Phones, Here's The 1975

“I guarantee you this moment will be more potent than a fucking video.”
Ian Cohen

The Curious Case of The 1975, the Most Hated and Loved Band in the World

Arguably, no other album released so far in 2016 has captured critical focus the way 'I Like It When You Sleep...' has. Why?
Larry Fitzmaurice

On the 1975, LCD Soundsystem, and Popular Memory in Pop Music

What happens when musicians crib from those who crib? Will pop become an ouroboros? Are we doomed, in seven years, to have a wave of bands influenced by Foxygen?
VICE Staff