Atwood Magazine’s writers discuss the breadth and depth, scope and span of The 1975’s supposed “swan song”: Their long-awaited fourth album, ‘Notes on a Conditional Form’.
The 1975’s epic fourth album ‘Notes on a Conditional Form’ is a musical odyssey layered in sound and substance: A genreless, emotionally stirring work of art ready to be the new soundtrack to your life.
Big, buoyant, and unrelenting in all the right ways, The 1975’s “If You’re Too Shy (Let Me Know)” is a bona fide energy shot – an unrestrained outpouring of pulsing sound and feverish emotion ready to get us on our feet and dancing.
Sea, surf, and a plethora of incredible music: Boardmasters has it all. After treacherous weather saw the 2019 festival called off, Boardmasters is back and better than ever in 2020.
The 1975 dive headlong into the self-inflicted laceration of unrequited love in “Me & You Together Song,” the stormy power ballad off the band’s upcoming fourth album, ‘Notes on a Conditional Form’.
The 1975 juxtapose rebellious energy and protest music with romance and nostalgia at Camden’s BB&T Pavilion as they kick off a North American tour with an impressive live show.
The 1975 have never been a group to shy away from difficult, heartfelt topics. Their latest track “‘Frail State of Mind” is a testament to their dedication to use music as a craft to tell a personal narrative. This time, that narrative is about Healy’s battle with social anxiety.
Fresh off the critical success of their 2018 album, The 1975 strike out in a bold new direction on “People.” You may not be ready for it.
Atwood Magazine’s writers weigh in on The 1975’s third album A Brief Inquiry into Online Relationships in regard to its significance and impact, the band’s growth, and their place in the current zeitgeist.
The 1975’s “Sincerity Is Scary” touches a serious topic about those who hide their emotions in order to refrain from getting hurt with familiar jazzy sounds.
Our writers & The 1975’s longtime fans share their reactions to “TOOTIMETOOTIMETOOTIME,” The 1975’s upbeat, sassy, and unnervingly catchy pop song.
An intense and impassioned socio-political protest, The 1975’s “Love It If We Made It” is an intimate revolt against the turbulence embedded in today’s cultural and political climate.
The 1975’s “Give Yourself a Try” may feel like a surprise at first, but a close listen reveals just how perfectly the new song fits into their intimate, dynamic artistry.
The 1975 staked their claim with pop guitar & synthetic funk. Their uplifting sound is now being heard across genres, but we won’t forget where it came from.
A new sonic disparity accompanies The 1975’s cover of Sade’s “By Your Side.”