Welcome to The 1975. Immerse yourself in their dreamy indie-pop and step into their imaginative sound-scapes that all evoke an inherent nostalgia for when things were simpler; for when you were younger and everything seemed more intense.

A clever blend of electronic instrumentation alongside the band’s traditional 4-piece setup showcases their talent for creating infectious tunes whilst simultaneously being right at the forefront of simple guitar music. The bland indie bands of the last decade are being forgotten and The 1975 are testament to the new breed of creative and earnest musicians that are rightfully gathering more and more attention.

Currently halfway through their nationwide tour, the Manchester band are showcasing two of their already successful EPs (Sex and Facedown) with their upcoming Music For Cars EP dropping in March, so audiences can expect an exciting mix of new songs and, what are fast becoming, their older hits. We’ll be joining The 1975 on the 8th February at one of Brighton’s coolest venues, The Green Door Store, situated under the train station arches and host of countless energetic yet intimate shows. With tickets for the last remaining UK shows selling like tasty musical hotcakes grab your chance to see The 1975 live as soon as you can. Finishing in London on the 18th of February the band are then embarking on a European tour followed straight away by a celebratory sweep of the east side of the USA. Fans in the UK will be indulged once more at Live at Leeds, which you can find out about here (http://musicalmathematics.co.uk/live-at-leeds-2013-line-up-annouced/). I urge you to take the opportunity to see The 1975 while you can though, as right now they’re on the verge of blowing up and you definitely don’t want to miss this.