The 1975 have released their live album, DH00278 (Live from The O2, London), on Spotify and Apple Music.
Cameron Hurley has put together a cover of Blink-182’s “Dumpweed” in the style of The 1975. You can stream that below.
Matty Healy of The 1975 posted on Twitter that there will be “one more EP” titled What a Shame.
Matty Healy of The 1975 and Heather Baron-Gracie of Pale Waves are on the cover of the latest issue of NME talking about making music together:
Matty is at pains to point out the precise extent of his involvement in Pale Waves. “The songs were there, so my involvement in writing was only editing,” he says. “I always have a fear of being overbearing. I know what it’s like to be want to be prided on your own merits, and I would hate to be resented by an artist for feeling I’d strong-armed my involvement for my own personal gain.”
The adulation looks set to grow as Pale Waves make their careful, precise steps forward. Later today, Heather’s back with the rest of the band in the studio recording an EP. An album will follow, but not for at least a year. “With the album, I think we’re just going to show another side to us which is a lot more emotional and not as – I don’t know how to put it… Just, like, a bit more intense.”
The 1975’s “Milk” is now available on Apple Music and Spotify as a stand alone track. The song was previously a hidden track on the Sex EP.
Lorde covered The 1975’s “Somebody Else” while performing in Paris last night. A fan shot video can be found on YouTube.
The 1975 played their final show for their latest album last night. Afterward they uploaded a video on Twitter with the lights shutting off on the album cover.
This band is so good with the little things like this.
Matty Healy of The 1975 has confirmed on Twitter that the band are working on their new album, Music For Cars. That’s not really news. However, he also mentioned that Drive Like I Do, one of the names the band went by before they settled on The 1975, will be working on and releasing their “debut album” in the “coming few years” as well.
Matt Healy of The 1975 sat down with The Times:
“Well, that whole ‘I don’t give a shit’ thing has never really gone far with me,” he says. “It’s why indie is my most hated [music] scene — a scene where you pretend you don’t care in order to not get judged on how bad you are as a musician. But times have moved on. I’m a privileged middle-class kid from Macclesfield. I can’t pretend to be what I’m not.”
The 1975’s I Like it When You… has officially gone gold.
The 1975 have announced their next album will be called Music for Cars today on Beats 1 radio. It’ll be the final album in a trilogy and “the end of an era” for the band.
The 1975 have teamed up with the It Gets Better project to release a special hoodie themed around the band’s song “Loving Someone.”
NME has pulled some new quotes from Matt Healey of The 1975 from the most recent issue of Q. It looks like the band’s already working on their new album:
Healy revealed his hopes for the record to Q, adding that he’d already penned two tracks for the album that are “as good as anything on the previous album” along with “lots of ambient and classical tracks”.
“If you look at third albums, ‘OK Computer’ or ‘The Queen Is Dead’, that’s what we need to do.” Healy continued: “I want a legacy. I want people to look back and think our records were the most important pop records that a band put out in this decade.”
The 1975 will be headlining Latitude Festival. Some new “renaissance style” pictures of the band are making their way to their social media accounts as well.
The 1975 won “best British group” at the Brit awards last night. They also performed “The Sound.” The full list of winners can be found here.
The 1975’s cover of Sade’s “By Your Side” can be streamed below. It debuted on BBC Radio 1 today.
The 1975 will be releasing a cover of Sade’s “By Your Side” in aid of War Child UK. The song will premiere tomorrow on BBC Radio 1.
It looks like The 1975 will be releasing a new single titled “By Your Side” on February 21st. I was able to confirm the existence of the track via UMG’s database.
Creeper covered “A Change of Heart” by The 1975 for BBC Radio 1.
Cameron Hurley of We Are the in Crowd has shared a cover of The 1975’s “Girls” as if it was recorded by Blink-182 during their Enema of the State era. Clever.