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The 1975 Begin the Countdown

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Melody Bot, May 1, 2018.

  1. Melody Bot

    Your friendly little forum bot. Staff Member

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  2. jorbjorb

    7 rings

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  3. Hunter Norman


    So they weren't kidding about June 1st
  4. TomOConnor


    Are the countdowns and Cryptic Lead ups to albums really necessary anymore? I feel like its been so overdone over the years.
  5. jjnunn118

    Signal Vs. Noise Prestigious

  6. sawhney[rusted]2

    I'll write you into all of my songs Supporter

    They are much more immediate and necessary now than ever before. It’s a new era, and they’re making important social commentary with their lead up that’s much more focused than the other two. If you look at some of the most generationally impactful albums of the last few years, they delve into sociological commentary and capture the essence of the moment, and to break through the modern media mold, these artists need to bring an extra commentary specific to the moments we’re experiencing now. The 1975 get this, and the roll-out is absolutely essential in the development of the band’s message in the moment.
  7. SundayDrive555

    Newbie Supporter

  8. drummerAVA


    So excited...
  9. heymattrick

    Pool Boy at the Vampire Mansion

    So excited for this. It doesn't feel like the wait for this album has been so bad, but then I realize it's been 11 months today since MSG and that DOES feel like ages ago. What a magical night. Can't wait to see these guys again.
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  10. dogdad


    I was there too! PIT or? I am constantly thinking about that night, the fans at that show were part of the fun.
  11. heymattrick

    Pool Boy at the Vampire Mansion

    Yes me and 2 of my friends were in the pit! Flew in from Denver to see that show
  12. oneeightytwo


    Bring it on
  13. Bryan Diem


    Almost went to that show before I got tickets to Bethlehem, sounded fantastic.
  14. brothemighty


    This better have the slappy mute grooves and dreamy synths and groanable lyrics I know and love