The 1975’s light show has won an award

Lighting set-up was a collaboration with Tobias G Rylander

The 1975 picked up an award at the weekend for the light show at their live gigs.

The band were awarded the 2016 Aytron Award for stage lighting at The Knight Of Illumination Awards over the weekend.

The award honoured Tobias G Rylander’s collaboration with the group’s frontman Matt Healy. Rylander has previously worked with the likes of FKA Twigs, The XX and The Strokes.

See Matt Healy’s response to the news below.

The 1975’s impressive light show also features in their video for ‘UGH!’. Watch that beneath.

Meanwhile, Matt Healy has said if they had won the Hyundai Mercury Prize last week that the money would’ve been spent on “endless, endless, drugs.”

In an exclusive NME interview with the band before Thursday night’s ceremony, the frontman was asked how he would spend the £25,000 prize. He replied “Just drugs. Endless, endless drugs.”

Throwing his arms around in excitement, he continued, “All of them! I don’t care. Anything that you can sort me out, I’ll have that.”