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Originating from Manchester, England, United Kingdom, The 1975 is a popular touring act playing concerts in many locations since 2002. The 1975 has a distinct alternative sound and a unique show that captivates audiences. The 1975 is currently on tour and has tickets available. Get concert tickets for The 1975 and see when the next The 1975 tour dates are scheduled at ConcertBank.com. Check our available The 1975 concert ticket inventory and get your tickets here at ConcertBank now. Sign up for an email alert to be notified the moment we have tickets!


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After releasing four EPs over the past year, Manchester-based quartet the 1975 have released one of the most talked about debuts of the year. The 16 tracks deal with youthful anxieties over love, sex, and growing up through a pastiche of styles and sounds. It's true that The 1975 pulls from music in the past, but 1975 is rarely present...
- www.popmatters.com
Heads were definitely turned when the self-titled debut album from British four-piece The 1975 hit number one on the UK albums charts in its first week, beating out the return of Nine Inch Nails. The genre-bending 16-track effort is the culmination of the sounds from the four EPs the band has put out in the past year, equal parts haunting synthpop hooks and breathy lyrics about sex, drugs, and life in the city, as well as explorations into plenty of new sounds...
- consequenceofsound.net
The saga of the 1975 is odd and protracted: Once upon a time, in 2011, there was a perfect Jimmy Eat World mall-emo anthem called "Sex" by a Manchester band called the Slowdown. The black-and-white video showed four telegenic people with perfect haircuts performing near a carefully placed Johnny Cash poster, clearly a month or two away from fulfilling their destiny on the cover of several American magazines...
- pitchfork.com
For teenage Anglophiles, The 1975 is probably the next great coming. The Manchester quartet started playing music together 10 years ago, when band members were just 14-year-olds in secondary school, and its debut album represents a portrait of growing through adolescence. At an extended and inconsistent 16 tracks, The 1975 is the culmination of years of writing and four previously released EPs...
- www.pastemagazine.com
The line that separates The 1975's eponymously named debut from a boy band like, say, One Direction is pretty thin: jingly-jangly poppy numbers; twee arrangements; the pretty-boy tenor of vocalist Matthew Healy. Take your pick, all that's missing are the dance routines. Such traits are apparent on the annoying 'Money' and trite 'She Way Out'; with little to grab hold onto, it's like trying to break your fall with cotton candy...
- music.thedigitalfix.com
The British have a habit of crowning a few too many acts as rock's Next Big Thing, but sometimes they get it right. Back in 2006, the 21-and-under lads of Arctic Monkeys were the top Brit It band; now the hype belongs to young upstarts the 1975. The Monkeys sound like they're fine with that. Five albums in, they may not be a buzz band anymore, but they've become something much more interesting: a good band...
- www.ew.com
Manchester indie quartet The 1975 formed because they realised that making music was "better than going to work". Sadly, that level of inspired thinking permeates their debut album. With its airbrushed major-key melodies, air-freshener synths and pained vocals, it's reminiscent of contemporary MOR bands such as the Temper Trap and the more vintage flavours of Johnny Hates Jazz. It's a Gary Barlow idea of what indie music sounds like. It'll probably be huge. Ho hum.
- www.independent.co.uk
The debut album by this Manchester, U.K.-based quartet follows a series of EPs and includes re-recorded versions of several tracks ("The City," "Sex," "Chocolate"). Their sound is hard to pin down; while it's primarily built around guitars, bass and drums, there are synths underpinning nearly every song, and the rhythms have a bounce lifted from urban pop--"Chocolate" has an almost boy-band buoyancy, making it an ideal summer single...
- www.altpress.com
The debut album by this Manchester, U.K.-based quartet follows a series of EPs and includes re-recorded versions of several tracks ("The City," "Sex," "Chocolate"). Their sound is hard to pin down; while it's primarily built around guitars, bass and drums, there are synths underpinning nearly every song, and the rhythms have a bounce lifted from urban pop--"Chocolate" has an almost boy-band buoyancy, making it an ideal summer single...
- altpress.com
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