It is known that the British are reliable when it comes to delivering tastefully made pop rock and Manchester is a city that brings a quality seal with it (The Smiths, Oasis…) The 1975 are integrated in this good old British tradition and they are one of the most captivating projects of recent years. Choosing their name was not easy (they have been Talkhouse, The Slowdown, Bigsleep, Blind Tapes, Drive Like I Do…) but they ended up with The 1975, a name that seems to match the band’s spirit. Sometimes it is not necessary to disperse - in rock and pop music, everything has been invented and there is no harm in making something simple, straight to the point, with the clear desire to amuse everyone. And only then comes the taste for experimentation. This is the philosophy; the talent comes from Matthew Healy, Ross MacDonald, Adam Hann and George Daniel. Here’s The 1975! Their success began within the UK but their songs were so good that it didn’t take long before songs like “The City”, “Chocolate” or “Sex” conquered the world’s indie hearts. With the release of their self-titled album in 2013 and after a lot of time on the road, their second album, “I Like It When You Sleep, for You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware of It” was released. This is an album that shows the band’s willingness to manipulate different languages, ranging from pop to R&B without losing its identity even in more emotional and touching songs such as “Nana” or “She Lays Down”. 2018 still brought another album from The 1975: “A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships”. The critical meaning is there, increasingly sharp, as well as their musical eclecticism. The critics have surrendered to them (the always demanding Pitchfork gave their latest album an 8.5) and the songs remain true gems - just listen to “Love It If We Made It” or “Sincerity is Scary” and you’ll want to hear everything else. There’s no way you’d want anything else in July net year, in Super Bock Super Rock.