The 1975: Modest Love


By Aimee Stennett-Walsh

The English Indie Rock band has made a modest comeback with their new single ‘love me.’

The band, known potentially for their genuine embrace of their fan base, released their first popular Indie Rock album in 2013, named ‘The 1975.’ A regular choice for an Indie Band, however their rise to fame over recent months has grown, signed to Dirty Hit and Polydor throughout the making of them in 2013.

The band are evidently popular; with means of already stacking up their plans to release their ‘new album in 2016.’ (Source: NME)

The likes of the 1975, who were previously named otherwise, have built their band among with strive to interest
communities with their skipping synths, contrasting moods and lack of superficiality.

Their most recent hit, ‘Love Me’, is said to be a real ‘hot single’, after the band announced their lyrics on Twitter,
creating much hype with their fans, then soon played on Radio 1 by Annie Mac.

The band has been furtherly supported by Mike Crossley, the producer from Two Door Cinema Club, and Artic Monkeys.
They remain to amaze their fans with their varying sound combinations, and something not to ignore are there ultra
cool lyrics and musical cliches.

“Caught up in fashion, karcrashian panache…”

The 1975 have stated on many social networks that ‘Love me’ is part of their scheme to evolve in the music industry
alongside their new album. They aim to connect with their fans as part of a community, and on a personal basis.

Pluto loves you, 1975!

Are you excited about the long anticipated return? Hashtag #The1975Return at @UCLanPluto

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