The 1975

WORLD PREMIERE: The 1975 Wake Up the World With ‘People’

The 1975 are ready to officially invite you into the new era. After releasing their customary self-titled track last month, featuring an essay from 16-year-old climate change activist Greta Thunberg , the band is unwrapping their first single from Notes on a Conditional Form . “ People ” is a RADIO...
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The Next 1975 Album Begins With an Essay by a 16-Year-Old Climate Change Activist

The 1975 ’s oft-teased next album starts with a change-up. Track #1 is still called “The 1975” like it is on the British band’s first three albums, but it’s not an instrumental like before. Instead, 16-year-old climate change activist Greta Thunberg reads an earnest essay over a quiet backdrop. “We...
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The 1975 Take Over 'The Late Late Show'

The music sets on late night talk shows aren’t that big, but there’s usually just enough room for the performers to do what they need to do. Matty Healy of The 1975 had other ideas though during their appearance on “The Late Late Show.” The unpredictable frontman, clad in a blue jumpsuit, spent...
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LISTEN: The 1975 Cover Sade

The 1975 released a new track—the first since their second LP, I Like It When You Sleep, for You Are So Beautiful yet So Unaware, dropped—and this one’s a cover of Sade’s “By Your Side.”The 1975 covered the Top 20 hit in order to raise money for War Child, a charity that helps children in war-torn...
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