Watch The 1975’s sold-out show at The O2 in full

Vevo have made footage of the entire concert available for 30 days

You can now watch The 1975’s sold-out show at London’s The O2 in full.

The gig, which took place on December 16, was the second of two nights at the arena and capped off a year for the band that saw them top the charts in both the UK and US with their second album, ‘I Like It When You Sleep, For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware Of It’. The record has sold over 800,000 copies to date.

“Please welcome our favourite band, The 1975,” frontman Matt Healy said by way of introduction as the group began their set with ‘Love Me’.


Vevo have shared footage of the entire gig. You can watch it below. It will be available for 30 days.

Adam Powell, The 1975’s videographer, worked with Pulse Films on the footage, while the audio was mixed by Jon Gilmore, who worked on the band’s second album.

Earlier this week, The 1975 shared ‘How To Draw’, a track that had been previously unreleased in the UK.

The track was released in the US on the Target version of their second album, ‘I Like It When You Sleep, For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware Of It’, and is now available for free as part of a sampler from the band’s label, Dirty Hit.

Other tracks on the sampler include ‘World Breaker’ by the label’s latest signings, New York-based duo QTY, ‘Speakerface’ by London newcomers King Nun, Wolf Alice’s ‘Bros’ and ‘Sugar Pill’, which is taken from The Japanese House’s Clean EP.


You can download the sampler for free here.


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