39 Songs, 2 Hours 29 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The 1975’s frontman Matt Healy has said he’s intrigued by the idea of instant attraction, and that fascination underpins his band’s debut album. Seductive hooks are a constant as they draw multiple genres around a foundation of high-production rock and synth-pop. “Girls” is a straightforward lunge at stadium glory but the songs work best when chopped-up R&B (“M.O.N.E.Y.”), itchy rhythms (“Chocolate”) and tranquilized dubstep (“Menswear”) mottle the gloss.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The 1975’s frontman Matt Healy has said he’s intrigued by the idea of instant attraction, and that fascination underpins his band’s debut album. Seductive hooks are a constant as they draw multiple genres around a foundation of high-production rock and synth-pop. “Girls” is a straightforward lunge at stadium glory but the songs work best when chopped-up R&B (“M.O.N.E.Y.”), itchy rhythms (“Chocolate”) and tranquilized dubstep (“Menswear”) mottle the gloss.

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