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The 1975
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The 1975 performing in 2014
Background information
Origin Manchester, England
Genres
Years active 2002–present[1]
Labels
Website the1975.com
Members
  • Matthew "Matty" Timothy Healy
  • Adam Hann
  • Ross MacDonald
  • George Daniel

The 1975 are an English Indie pop band originating from Manchester.[2] The group consists of lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist Matthew "Matty" Healy,[3] lead guitarist Adam Hann, bassist Ross MacDonald, and Drummer George Daniel.[4]

The band's origins trace to them attending Wilmslow High School and playing together as teenagers in 2002.[5] Gigs organised by a council worker led the band to formally sign as the 1975. Their choice of name was inspired by a Jack Kerouac beat poetry book.[1] They eventually signed a record deal after their success with Dirty Hit and Polydor Records.

Following the release of four EPs, their self-titled debut album was released on 2 September 2013,[6] topping the UK Albums Chart on 8 September 2013. Their second album I Like It When You Sleep, for You Are So Beautiful yet So Unaware of It, released on 26 February 2016, also topped both the UK Chart and the US Billboard 200. In 2017, the band won the Brit Award for Best British Group.[7]

In November 2016, Daniel teased the release of an album in 2018 with a video on his social media. After deleting many posts in March 2018, Healy confirmed the release of new music while also announcing the end of their second album's campaign in April. From April to May of that year, the band released cryptic posters and multimedia. At the end of May, they confirmed their third and fourth albums, A Brief Inquiry into Online Relationships and Notes on a Conditional Form. The former is scheduled to be released on 30 November 2018, while the latter will release in May 2019.

History[edit]

2002–2012: Formation[edit]

Matthew Healy, the son of actors Denise Welch and Tim Healy, grew up in Newcastle and Cheshire.[8][9] He met Ross MacDonald, Adam Hann and George Daniel at Wilmslow High School in Wilmslow in 2002; as teenagers they played together.[10][1] The band formed when the local council worker organised numerous gigs for teens. Healy found Hann who "came up to [him] and said he wanted to play one of these shows."[11] The band began playing covers until they "eventually wrote a song", according to Healy. "We started from then and we've been making music together since we were about 15."[11] After Hann invited the members to form a band, they passed their early days covering punk songs in a local club.[2] Healy was originally the drummer but took over vocals after the previous singer left to start another band. George Daniel was recruited as the new drummer to complete the final line-up.

Ross of The 1975 performing in Buenos Aires, Argentina [12]

The band formerly performed under Me; and You Versus Them, Forever Drawing Six,[13] Talkhouse,[14] the Slowdown,[15] Bigsleep,[16] and Drive Like I Do,[17] before settling on the 1975. Healy recounts that the name was inspired by scribblings found on the backpage of a poetry book by Jack Kerouac that stated "1 June, The 1975".[4][18]

2012–2014: Early career and self-titled debut album[edit]

The release of the band's first EP, titled Facedown, in August 2012 saw the band's first UK airplay on national radio with lead track "The City", which was also featured as part of a BBC Introducing show with Huw Stephens on BBC Radio 1.[10] The 1975 once again garnered national radio attention in late 2012, with BBC Radio 1 DJ Zane Lowe championing their single "Sex" from the eponymous EP, which was released on 19 November.[19] They embarked on a United Kingdom and Ireland tour extended into early 2013, before beginning a US tour in Spring 2014.[19] Upon the release of Music for Cars on 4 March 2013, the 1975 found mainstream chart success with "Chocolate", reaching number 19 in the UK Singles Chart. On 20 May 2013 the band released IV, which included a new version of "The City". The track charted in UK and received airplay in several other countries.

The 1975 toured extensively to support releases and to build hype before releasing their debut. The band supported Muse on the second leg of The 2nd Law World Tour at the Emirates Stadium in London on 26 May 2013.[20] They also toured with the Neighbourhood in the United States in June 2013,[21] and supported the Rolling Stones in Hyde Park on 13 July.[22] In August, the band performed on the Festival Republic Stage at 2013 Reading and Leeds Festivals.[23]

In a feature article, Elliot Mitchell of When the Gramophone Rings wrote that releasing a string of EPs before the debut album was "a move that he deemed necessary to provide context to the band's broad sound, rather than just building up with singles alone." Matthew Healy said, "We wouldn't have been able to release the album without putting out the EP's first, as we wanted to make sure we could express ourselves properly before dropping this long, ambitious debut record on people."[23]

Dublin Tour 2016

Their self-titled debut was released on 2 September 2013, co-produced by Mike Crossey, known for his work with Arctic Monkeys and Foals.[19] The 1975 were selling out shows even before the debut of their full length as Healy recalls in an interview with The AU Review.[24] The lead single is a re-worked "Sex", which was released on 26 August 2013.[25] The song premiered on Zane Lowe's BBC Radio 1 show on 8 July 2013,[26] and a music video premiered on YouTube on 26 July. The 1975 debuted at number one on the UK Albums Chart.

Matthew Healy at Southside Festival 2014

The 1975 toured in the UK in September 2013, among others performing in Kingston upon Hull as headliners at Freedom Festival, a celebration of the city's shortlisting for 2017 UK City of Culture designation,[27] and at iTunes Festival on 8 September as an opening act for indie electronic quartet Bastille. The band undertook a North American tour in October, a European for November, and in January 2014 the band performed in New Zealand and Australia.[28] In September 2013, the band performed three sold out shows at London's Shepherd's Bush Empire.[29] In April 2014, the band performed for the first time in a major American music and arts festival: Coachella.[30] The band played at Royal Albert Hall the same month.[31] In May, the band's recorded output was distributed digitally while they were touring North America. Healy noted that the band had recording scheduled in Q2 2015.[32]

2015–2017: I Like It When You Sleep, for You Are So Beautiful yet So Unaware of It[edit]

On 1 June 2015, the band's social accounts were terminated, which caused intense speculation.[33] A comic strip was posted on Healy's Twitter a day prior but is now on their manager, Jamie Oborne's account, which suggested the band's break-up.[34] The next day, the accounts were reinstated, but the cover images and profile photos were white and light pink, instead of the usual black and white, revealing it to be a publicity stunt.[35]

On 8 October, the band announced their second album, I Like It When You Sleep, for You Are So Beautiful yet So Unaware of It.[36][37] They premiered the lead single, "Love Me", simultaneously scheduling a support tour in Europe, North America, and Asia.[38] They premiered the second single, "UGH!", on 10 December on Beats 1.[39] The album's third single, "The Sound" debuted on BBC Radio 1 on 14 January 2016.[40] The 1975 released the fourth single "Somebody Else" on 15 February on Beats 1[41] before the album's release. "A Change of Heart" premiered on Radio 1 on 22 February, four days prior to the album's release.

The album was released on 26 February and topped the UK Albums Chart and the US Billboard 200.[42] The band released a free download of "How to Draw" on Twitter and through Target Exclusive.[43] It was shortlisted for the Mercury Music Prize.[44]

2017–present: "Music for Cars" era[edit]

On November 2016, member George Daniel teased the band's third album by releasing a video on his Instagram account captioned "2018", containing snippets of audio along with Healy playing the keyboards.[45]

On 3 April 2017, Healy tweeted "I like it when you sleep is coming to an end" (sic) before following up with "Music for Cars", which shares the name of their third extended play.[46] In March 2017, the band confirmed that two songs for the new album have already been written.[47] In June, Healy also confirmed that Drive Like I Do, one of the 1975's prior incarnations, will release a debut album as a side project 'in a few years'.[48]

In November, Healy teased the release of an EP within 2017.[49] Besides being confirmed, the EP was delayed to 2018, with Oborne stating that "something" would be released instead; the band's debut live album, DH00278.[50] He also confirmed that no singles from Music for Cars will be released in 2017, with the band confirming that something will be released on 1 June 2018.[51][52]

In March 2018, the band deleted many media posts across their accounts going back to July 2017, during their final show at Latitude Festival for I Like It When You Sleep, for You Are So Beautiful yet So Unaware of It.[53] On 22 April 2018, in response to a fan comment on Twitter, Oborne stated that their second album's campaign would remain for "a few more days".[54] At the end of April, cryptic posters titled "Music for Cars" appeared in London and Manchester, containing taglines and a Dirty Hit catalogue number, DH00327, amongst a black background.[55] Various billboards were also spotted in the United Kingdom, having used détournement to apply themselves over existing advertisements.[56]

The band updated their website to display a timer counting down towards 1 June at the beginning of May 2018, becoming active again on social media.[57] Within its first hours, it was revealed to contain a hidden zip file with four individual posters, each of the names leading to a hidden page on the website that displayed a conversation between a 'human' and a 'machine'.[58] Over social media, the band frequently released different posters, all titled "A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships".[59][60] On 31 May 2018, the band released the single "Give Yourself a Try", after premiering as Annie Mac's "Hottest Record in the World" on BBC Radio 1 that same day.[61] "Give Yourself a Try" was described as "bright but not entirely impressive" in a review on Reflektor Magazine[62].

Healy, on an interview for Beats 1, stated that "Music for Cars" is an era to release music, after renaming Music for Cars to A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships. It will release in November 2018 and Notes on a Conditional Form, as part of their plan to release two albums within the era, is scheduled for release in May 2019.[63]

Musical style[edit]

The 1975 is mainly labeled as a pop rock band.[64][65][66][67] Scott Kerr of AllMusic wrote that the band combined "the dark and youthful themes of sex, love, and fear with ethereal alt-rock music."[68] Healy specifically cites Talking Heads, My Bloody Valentine, and Michael Jackson as musical influences; he states that his greatest influence is the oeuvre of filmmaker John Hughes.[10] For their second album, I Like It When You Sleep, for You Are So Beautiful yet So Unaware of It, Healy cited D'Angelo, Roberta Flack, Boards of Canada and Sigur Rós as inspirations, saying that they're "a post-modern pop band that references a million things. I don't even know what my band is half the time."[69] Their "melancholic" black and white visual aesthetic is juxtaposed with major keys and what the band calls "classic pop sensibilities."[10] Critics at Pitchfork have favourably compared them to the Big Pink.[14] Sex EP was described by Paste as "equal parts ethereal and synth pop", with "haunting" and "smooth" vocals. Their "mellow", stripped down style was praised for its lack of "attention-grabbing production theatrics."[70][71]

The 1975 has been described as electropop,[72][73] funk rock,[72] indie pop,[72] indie rock,[72] pop,[74][75][76] pop rock[77] and rock.[72] I Like It When You Sleep, for You Are So Beautiful yet So Unaware of It has been described as indie rock[78] and pop.[78][79]

Healy has stated that their influence is "heavily rooted" in Black American music.[80][81][82][83]

Band members[edit]

Current members[edit]

Session and touring members[edit]

  • John Waugh – saxophone, piano, keyboards, synthesizers (2013–present)
  • Jamie Squire – synthesisers, keyboards, rhythm guitar, backing vocals (2015–present)

Discography[edit]

Studio albums

Awards and nominations[edit]

NME Awards

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2014[84] Themselves Worst Band Won
2015[85] Nominated
2016[86] Best Fan Community Nominated
Best British Band Nominated
2017[87] Nominated
Best Live Band Won
I Like It When You Sleep... Best Album Nominated
"Somebody Else" Best Track Nominated
2018[88] Themselves Best British Band Nominated
Best Festival Headliner Nominated

Q Awards

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2014[89] Themselves Best New Act Nominated
2016[90] Best Act in the World Today Nominated
I Like It When You Sleep... Best Album Won
"Somebody Else" Best Track Nominated
"A Change of Heart" Best Video Nominated
2017[91] Themselves Best Act in the World Today Nominated
2018[92] Nominated
"Love It If We Made It" Best Track Nominated
Year Organisation Award Nominated Result
2013 Independent Music Awards Independent Breakthrough of the Year The 1975 Nominated
2014 mtvU Woodie Awards The Breaking Woodie Won
2016
Teen Choice Awards[93] Choice Summer Music Star: Group The 1975 Nominated
Mercury Prize[94] Album of the Year I Like It When You Sleep, for You Are So Beautiful yet So Unaware of It Nominated
MTV Europe Music Awards[95] Best Alternative The 1975 Nominated
UK Music Video Awards Best Pop Video - UK "A Change of Heart" Nominated
BBC Music Awards[96] Radio 1 Live Lounge Performance of the Year "What Makes You Beautiful" Won
2017 Pollstar Concert Industry Awards Best New Touring Artist The 1975 Nominated
Brit Awards[97] British Group Won
British Album of the Year I Like It When You Sleep, for You Are So Beautiful yet So Unaware of It Nominated
Hungarian Music Awards Alternative Music Album of the Year Nominated
2018 2018 MTV Europe Music Awards[98] Best Alternative The 1975 Nominated

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