The 1975 Tickets
Known for its smooth, haunting and mellow sounding vocals, and music that has elements of pop, electro, and rock to it; the 1975 has earned the fans approval as soon as its self-titled debut album made it to the #1 spot on the mid-week chart. The group saw its formation back in 2002, and since then it has released a couple of E.Ps and one full length studio album. With popular singles such as Sex, Chocolate and the City, the 1975 has attracted the attention of many listeners of the same genre. Following the group’s most recent studio release, it has been scheduled to hit many venues all across Europe, United States and Canada to support its debut album. Catch the group performing its hit singles live, with the 1975 tickets.
With its fresh and unique approach to making songs, the band ventures over to various genres of music to come up with a sound that can be called the signature 1975 sound. The group has puzzled the critics with its shifts between electronica, 80s pop, rock, R&B and art rock. The group has aimed at making something entire new and unique, and that’s exactly what it has given its fans to listen to. The lyrics of the songs on the album talk all about the struggles and other matters that the modern youth faces while growing up. This four piece band comprises of Matthew Healy, Adam Hann, Ross MacDonald, and George Daniel.
Matthew Healy had flair for music back when he was in his early ages. He picked up guitar when one of his dad’s friends died and later he dropped out of private and started playing drums in a band while he was studying in a public school. At the age of fourteen, Healy started playing drums in a local punk band where he played along his eventual band mates, Ross MacDonald and Adam Hann. All of them had been playing music back when they studied at Wilmslow High School, and eventually formed a band in 2002. The group started doing covers of various punk rock tunes and one day Healy decided to write an original song and that day onwards, the group members started making their own music. The 1975 started performing in various local music clubs and started getting some attention.
Before finally settling for the current name, the group was previously named Talkhouse, Bigsleep, the Slowdown and Drive Like I Do. The group performed and took the stage as the 1975 for the first time after it signed a record deal with a UK based record label called Dirty Hit and released and E.P. The group performed as 1975 for the first time as a supporting act for General Fiasco while General Fiasco was on its nationwide tour. The group received its very first radio airplay after the release of its track called The City on its Facedown E.P. Afterwards, the group released two more E.Ps called Sex and Music for Cars. The group attained mainstream popularity with the release of its single Chocolate which peaked at #19 spot on UK singles chart.
Before the group could finally release its debut album, it toured extensively all across the nation to create the hype for its debut album. The group performed as a supporting act to Muse on the Second Law World Tour, and also toured the United States. The group also performed at the 2013 Reading and Leeds Festivals.
Co-produced by Mike Crossey, the groups self-titled debut album was officially released on September 2, 2013. Sex was released as the lead single from the album which premiered on BBC Radio 1 at the Zane Lowe’s show in July 2013. The music video of the song was also released on YouTube. After the release of its album, the group is scheduled to embark on a concert tour all over UK, Ireland, United States and Canada. Catch the group performing its music live with the 1975 tickets.
For a band that won the “worst band” NME Award, The 1975 sure have come a long way. The British art-pop, rock quartet featuring Matthew Healy, Adam Hann, Ross MacDonald and George Daniel are out with their second album “I Like It When You Sleep, for You Are So Beautiful yet So Unaware of It”. Winning the “Best Album” trophy at the Q Awards (something they can actually boast about after the NMEs), the band has now announced their North American Spring Tour 2017. Kicking off in April, fans are already rushing for The 1975 tickets and a full house is expected in most cities. Don’t miss them live as they croon their hit tracks, “Somebody Else”, “A Change of Heart” and “Love Me”.
The 1975 Profession
The 1975 Genres
Indie rock, Electropop, Pop music, Pop rock
The 1975 Members
Matthew Healy, Adam Hann, George Daniel, Ross MacDonald
The 1975 Origin
Manchester, United Kingdom (2002)
- I Like It When You Sleep For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware Of It (Box Set)
- I Like It When You Sleep for You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware of It
- Music for Cars
- The 1975
The 1975 Songs
- Somebody Else
- The Sound
- Love Me
- A Change Of Heart
- Settle Down
- Heart Out
- I like it when you sleep for you are so beautiful yet so unaware of it
- The City
- Loving Someone
- She's American
- If I Believe You
- She Way Out
- Is There Somebody Who Can Watch You
- This Must Be My Dream
- The Ballad Of Me And My Brain
- She Lays Down
- An Encounter
- Please Be Naked
- Haunt // Bed
The 1975 Tickets Prices
Currently the average price for The 1975 tickets is $135. The date and location for this event is 24-Mar-18 at Sheldon Concert Hall, St. Louis. The minimum get-in price for The 1975 tickets is $35.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|The 442s||St. Louis||24-Mar-18||$135||$35|
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