The 1975 frontman, and Noisey Autumn 2019 cover star, invites us into his home and recording space as the band prepare for album number four.
Vague politics, weird presenting duos, and, inevitably, Sheeran. Last night felt a bit like Awards Show 101.
“This girl I work with is always selling pictures of her feet... He likes it when she curls them around other objects.”
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.
Or: "How I Stopped Worrying and Learned to Love The 1975."
'Yes, that's Post Malone. No, not like "after" Malone, that's just his name. Okay, he's a rapper.'
It took a long time to get over itself, but now British guitar music feels like it’s standing on its own feet.
The three new tracks from the band take an eclectic approach, mirroring streaming's affection for variety.
To understand how the hell they've achieved this, we need to lean in closer, to the intricacies of their songwriting.
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.
Dua Lipa, J Hus, AJ Tracey, Sampha and more appear in the annual European who's-who of young entertainers.
"When I call you guys fuckers it's my way of expressing love OK?"