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Matty Healy teases details and artwork of The 1975’s “sort of emo” new album, ‘Notes On A Conditional Form’

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The 1975 frontman Matty Healy has teased details and the artwork of the band's upcoming new album 'Notes On A Conditional Form'. After topping NME’s Albums Of The Year in 2018 with acclaimed third album ‘A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships‘, the band have previously teased that their upcoming fourth album will have more of a British influence from artists such as The Streets...

The biggest talking points of Coachella 2019

Coachella 2019
Coachella 2019 is underway but, if you're not in the desert this year, you don't have to worry about missing out. We're collating all the biggest talking points of the weekend as they happen so consider this blog your virtual crib sheet, here to help you feel just like you were present, minus the desert dust. Read more: Coachella 2019:...

Matty Healy has revealed the song that perfectly sums up The 1975

Matty Healy has revealed the song that he thinks perfectly sums up The 1975 during an interview at Coachella this weekend (April 13). Talking to Nicole Alvarez of KROQ backstage at the California festival, The 1975 frontman discussed everything from the band's "bad" first appearance at Coachella to their new album, 'A Brief Enquiry Into Online Relationships'. He also revealed which song...

The story of Coachella 2019 – in photos

Coachella 2019
For its 20th anniversary, Coachella has pulled together an impressively diverse line-up packed with stars of all genres and from across the globe. From headliners Tame Impala, Ariana Grande, and Childish Gambino to must-see newcomers like King Princess, Rosalía, BLACKPINK, and everyone in between, the Californian bash looks set to be another brilliant start to festival season. Follow along...

Michael Eavis drops huge hint for one of Glastonbury 2020’s headliners

Glastonbury boss Michael Eavis has teased that Paul McCartney could returning to headline the 50th anniversary of the festival in 2020. The Beatles legend was previously among the favourites rumoured to be headlining at Worthy Farm in 2019, before shows announced in America the same weekend ruled ruled him out. It was then announced that Stormzy, The Killers and The Cure would in fact be...

Happy 30th birthday Matty Healy – here’s every time you were a massive meme

Matty Healy
Like few others around, Matty Healy is a bonafide icon. Whether it's the sold-out arenas around the world, the bevy of haircuts identifiable by their silhouettes alone, or the ever-growing roster of genre-fluid, zeitgeist-capturing tracks, the 1975 frontman is more than a musician, he's a pop culture figure for the ages. Today is Matty Healy's 30th birthday, and what better...

Watch The 1975 play ‘I Couldn’t Be More In Love’ for the first time live

The 1975 gave 'I Couldn't Be More in Love' its live debut last night, as the band took to the stage in Rio de Janerio. Read more: The Big Read – The 1975: Notes on an exceptional year Playing at the 2800 capacity Circo Voador venue, the band debuted the song in between 'Loving Someone' and 'A Change of Heart.' The track featured...

Matty Healy suggests “The 1975 & Co.” could put on their own festival next year

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Matty Healy has suggested The 1975 could organise their own festival in 2020. Read more: The Big Read – The 1975: Notes on an exceptional year The band are set to headline Reading & Leeds later this year, as well as perform at a number of other festivals across the globe. But their festival season next year could feature an event planned...

Matty Healy speaks out against charging fans for meet and greets

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Matty Healy has spoken out against labels and bands who charge their fans for meet and greets. The 1975 frontman aired his views on the practice on Twitter, starting a debate amongst his followers. “Who came up with payed meet and greets?” He wrote yesterday (March 26). “Did they think ‘Surely there must be something else we can monetise……OH!...

Hozier, The Strokes, The 1975 and Florence & The Machine to headline Electric Picnic 2019

The line-up for Electric Picnic 2019 has been unveiled, and it's led by the likes of Hozier, The Strokes, The 1975 and Florence & The Machine. The festival returns to Ireland's County Laois once more between August 30 and September 1 – with all four of the above acts taking top billing across the weekend. Other notable names for the Stradbally...