The 1975 brought rock n' roll to Boston's Royale and ignited the stage with an epic performance. The 1975 are an English indie rock band formed and based in Manchester. The group consists of Matthew Healy (vocals, guitar), Adam Hann (guitar), George Daniel (drums), Ross MacDonald (bass). "The 1975", the band's self-titled debut album, was released in September, 2013. The lead single promoting the album was a re-worked version of "Sex" was released in August, 2013. Singles "Chocolate", "The City", and "Robbers" are quickly climbing the charts and making The 1975 a fan favorite. They've been playing sold out shows and and gaining popularity with their intense and electrifying performances. They dominated Boston with their May 10th performance at the Royale.
Opening with their hit "The City", The 1975 instantly got the audience roaring. "The City" shows the power in singer Healy's voice and intensity of Hann, Daniel, and MacDonald's instrumentals. Healy's unparalleled vocals accompanied by heart pounding drum beats and fierce chorus is what makes The 1975's performance indubitably incredible. Their style, charisma, and rawness are a few qualities that make The 1975 unique and unmatched. It's clear this is only the beginning of this talented English band. The 1975 is taking the music world by storm one performance and album at a time.
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