Posts Tagged ‘the 1975’

Upcoming Albums to Look Forward to In 2020

by Darlene Leal
With the new year comes plenty of great new albums to come. Many huge names have confirmed their upcoming album, or some sort of music release. Below are just the peak of some upcoming project for the beginning of the year. Some dates are still vague but there are some definite known releases to look […]

The 1975 Release New Song: “Love It If We Made It”

by Ben LaScola
The 1975 released a new song titled, “Love It If We Made It.” The track is a bold protest of modern times. The latest from the British indie-pop group wastes no time getting right to the point: Lead singer, Matthew Healy is fed up with the current state of affairs. No one is safe from the […]

The 1975 Tease Upcoming Album: “A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships.”

by Ben LaScola
It started with a cryptic message, typed up in white text on a black background. “THE 1975 A BRIEF INQUIRY INTO ONLINE RELATIONSHIPS.” The mysterious post, which was published on, April 29th by The 1975 on the band’s Twitter and Instagram pages, has a subheading that reads, “If I don’t get to see the beauty of […]

The 1975: The Voice of a Genre and a Generation

by Alyssa O'Brenski
If you are a 90’s baby, the world around you is a constant reminder of the rapidly evolved culture and society within our short lifetime. The memories of Polaroids and portable CD players are nearly as clear as those of iPhone photography and headphone jack-less earbuds. We are constantly playing catch-up with technology as much […]

Lolla Watch: Best Songs to Look Forward to Live

by Alyssa O'Brenski
Chicago’s biggest festival of the summer is quickly approaching, and there always seems to be an overwhelming amount of must-sees. Here, we take Lollapalooza day-by-day and highlight magical musical moments you don’t want to miss. Thursday: The 1975 – ‘The Sound’ The 1975 bring a new kind of vitality to their set with a song […]

In Review: The 1975 at Durty Nellie’s

by Alyssa O'Brenski
Expectations were high going into The 1975’s show at Durty Nellie’s in Palatine this past Thursday, with the indescribably memorable experience of their Tuesday tour stop at The Rave in Milwaukee fresh on my mind. For lack of a better summary, they had killed it. So it felt reasonable for me to head into a […]