Listen The 1975 share live album
It’s the ‘DH00278’ Matt Healy has been teasing, live from London’s O2 Arena.
The 1975’s Matt Healy has been tweeting the numbers ‘DH00278’ for a while now, hinting at a new release on the band’s label Dirty Hit.
The release has now arrived, and it’s come in the form of a new live album from the band, recorded at their headline show at London’s O2 Arena, just a day before its year anniversary.
The 24-song set was recorded from the 16th December 2016 gig at the capital’s biggest venue, and precedes the band’s new album ‘Music For Cars’, which is set for next year.
The band finished up the tour for second album ‘i like it when you sleep, for you are so beautiful yet so unaware of it’ with a headline show at this year’s Latitude.
Read our report from the Latitude show here, and listen to The 1975’s live album below.
Photo: Phil Smithies / DIY
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