This weekend saw The 1975's magnificent tour for NME Album Of The Year 2018 'A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships' hit The O2 in London for two sold-out nights – and it was like staring into the sun. Photographer Jenn Five was there to capture the magic.
Decked out in matching suits from the music video, the band kicked off with boisterous opener 'Give Yourself A Try'
Their now iconic 'box' logo adorned the stage
The O2 was bathed in rainbow colours for the glorious track from their second album.
The LED backing screen saw Matty disappear into an iPhone, which was very cool.
Name a better live show featuring a treadmill. Apart from Rammstein.
As part one of the 'Music For Cars' era, their latest live extravaganza brought the minimal artwork of their latest record to life. Bring on 'Notes On A Conditional Form'
Matty and drummer George Daniel soak up the magic.
Bassist Ross MacDonald looking sharp there.
...there were plenty there, including Peter Crouch. Hero.
Here's guitarist Adam Hann, being a badass.
Matty greets his people.
The anthem we need in these times.
The band's labelmate and Healy's 'muse' No Rome joined the band on stage for a fevered performance of their collaboration 'Narcissist'
Matty, clearly moved by the rapturous reception.
The night was an utter triumph.
"All I can see at our shows are so many happy people," Tweeted Matty after the shows. "So many. Thank you for everything you do for us - we are currently working on getting new songs into the set."
Catch The 1975 when they headline Reading & Leeds festival this summer.