17 Songs, 1 Hour 13 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Following the dizzying success of their breakout 2013 debut, The 1975 aim even higher. The poignantly titled I like it when you sleep, for you are so beautiful yet so unaware of it is a captivating display of all the UK rock chameleons do so well, blending neon ‘80s art-funk confections (“Love Me,” “She’s American”) and heady 21st-century electro-textures (“Somebody Else,” “If I Believe You,” the gorgeous title cut). Held together by frontman Matt Healy’s bold-yet-earnest vocal performances, the result is as anthemic as it is intimate.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Following the dizzying success of their breakout 2013 debut, The 1975 aim even higher. The poignantly titled I like it when you sleep, for you are so beautiful yet so unaware of it is a captivating display of all the UK rock chameleons do so well, blending neon ‘80s art-funk confections (“Love Me,” “She’s American”) and heady 21st-century electro-textures (“Somebody Else,” “If I Believe You,” the gorgeous title cut). Held together by frontman Matt Healy’s bold-yet-earnest vocal performances, the result is as anthemic as it is intimate.

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