On the 15th December I was lucky enough to see The 1975 at the London O2, courtesy of my boyfriend getting tickets for my Christmas present.
I saw the band last November at the Brighton Centre and it was such an amazing concert, so I was desperate to go again.
For both concerts I was standing, however last year I was stood somewhere in the middle between the barricade and back. This time I decided I wanted to try and get closer, and we managed to get to the 4th row from the front which was insane!
The set list was so great, and although I was disappointed that they didn’t play one of my favourite songs of theirs called “She Lays Down”, the songs they did play were still really good!
The band’s stage presence is amazing, especially Matty’s. They really get into the music and are just so relaxed on stage, which creates such a comfortable atmosphere.
Another thing I love about going to see The 1975 is their lighting and sets are the BEST. They use such a simple layout but the colours and background images make it look extremely creative and add a touch of detail.
There was more to the concert experience than just the performance too. I met someone from twitter, and also talked to so many people before and during the concert. Everyone was so kind and friendly, and I spoke to a load of people I’d never met before.
If there’s ever a chance for you to see The 1975, I would 100% recommend it. Even if you know none of their songs, the concert is awesome and so worth it!!