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

The band played the song in Rio last night

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.

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 on The 1975’latest album ‘A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships’ , which arrived in November 2018. They are set to release the follow-up, ‘Notes On A Conditional Form’, later this year.


You can see footage, images and reaction from the gig here:


Recently, the band’s frontman Matty Healy suggested The 1975 could organise their own festival in 2020.

Healy tweeted last week (March 27): “If The 1975 & Co. put on their own festival next year, over 3 nights in the UK, who’s coming?”He later followed up that tweet with another that assured fans he was “#notlying”.

Whilst it was unclear exactly who “The 1975 & Co.” could encapsulate, but it seems likely the frontman is referring to the group of artists they share a label home with on Dirty Hit.

That means the likes of Wolf Alice, Pale Waves, The Japanese House, No Rome, Beabadoobee, Just Banco, and more could appear at the proposed festival. 

The 1975, setlist Rio de Janeiro
The 1975
Give Yourself A Try
She’s American
She Way Out
Sincerity is Scary
It’s Not Living (If It’s Not With You)
Loving Someone
I Couldn’t Be More In Love
A Change of Heart
I Like America & America Likes Me
Somebody Else
I Always Wanna Die (Sometimes)
If I Believe You
Love It If We Made It
The Sound