The 1975

Music, Rock and indie
Four men sitting in suits – the 1975 indie-rock band
Photograph: Supplied

Time Out says

The English indie-rock band is finally returning to Australia to perform their latest material

Last time the 1975 toured Australia, they were just about to release their second album I Like it When You Sleep, For You Are so Beautiful Yet so Unaware of it. Their new album saw them reach the top of the UK Albums Chart, Gold in the US and number one in countries around the world including Australia. 

The 1975 started out experimenting as teenagers in an emo-type school band. Since then, they have released three studio albums with a fourth one on its way for next year. They aren’t afraid to experiment with genre, combining synth-pop with guitars and dance music that’s reminiscent of 1980s pop. Their songs are honest, looking at their own relationships, addictions and the complexities of modern life. 

You can hear them live, at their best on September 21 with supporting act, No Rome, at ICC Sydney. 


You may also like