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  1. Swap Charli and Fender and you've got one of the best lineups of the last 10 years.
  2. Miyn

    The 1975 2020

    One of the things that keeps me coming back to their music as a fan is how different their music can be. I rarely get bored of their songs, but if I do, there's so many other genres / styles that they've experimented with. For example, they've made TOOTIME and People, two vastly different songs. So for me this album can feel "messy' for me in parts, but in a great way. You can hear them playing and toying with different ideas on the tracks. Yet it still comes together as an impressive and cohesive album. I don't think I'll get bored of it due to how different each song is. It's like a musical journey through every style they're interested in, and I love it.
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    The 1975 2020

    If you don't like this album or the last album and can't remember any songs maybe you don't like the band...
  4. Thought you were referring to the plural of vinyl in the thread title. "Vinyls" aren't a thing, the singular and plural of vinyl is vinyl.
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    The 1975 2020

    I've given it a listen. I really like it, I'm not that good with reviewing albums so I'll let this review share my opinions as I agree with pretty much everything they say: https://www.readdork.com/reviews/the-1975-notes-on-a-conditional-form They give it a 10/10. I'd probably go 9/10. I feel like it's definitely a grower. I think a lot of the tracks you need to listen to in context and your feelings towards them will develop over time.
  6. This one's optimistic, but I think it'll go to market.
  7. And 6h ago saying "very shortly" https://twitter.com/AXS_UK/status/1260519773148008449?s=20
  8. Source? and reliability?
  9. I reckon they were gonna play a secret set somewhere.
  10. Creep Fake Plastic Trees Karma Police Everything In Its Right Place Life in a Glasshouse Myxomatosis All I Need Codex Burn the Witch
  11. If anyone's gonna get called up if Swift or Kenny cancels, it's The 1975. They were definitely one of the three "pencilled in" for 2021. They ideally would have played 2020, but were told they had to wait till 2021. They're doing a lot that aligns with the festivals ethos and climate change such as: Planting a tree for every gig ticket sold. Reprinting old unsold t-shirts to cut down on waste. Donating 20% of the money from the sales on their website to the NHS. Being best mates with Greta Thunberg and making the opening track on their new album her climate speech to the UN. They even play the song live at their shows before their encore. They're a big British act that doesn't cost too much to book and they're one of the most relevant bands at the moment. They're releasing another album this month which is almost guaranteed to be successful. In my opinion, they're a really obvious booking if anyone of this years trio pulls out.
  12. The 1975 could definitely swoop in and take Kenny's place if he were to pull out.
  13. Yeah, It's a knock-out style bracket system, so you do end up with like you said: "‘everybody loves this song’ rather than most people’s absolute favourite song." If they did a one-time vote with every song they've made, you'd probably end with a significantly different set of results. I don't really understand the huge following behind Weird Fishes, don't get me wrong, I really enjoy it. For me there's a lot of other songs on In Rainbows that I prefer like: All I Need, Reckoner, Bodysnatchers and Videotape. If I'm being honest, I'd probably rank it like the #5 or #6 out of the songs in the album. Still amazing, but not one of my favourites.
  14. There's currently a vote taking place on the Radiohead subreddit, (online forum for Radiohead fans) about the best Radiohead song and it's down to the final two. Paranoid Android vs Weird Fishes/ Arpeggi It's pretty close, at the time of writing it's: 78 to 87 (Weird Fishes in the lead) So if anyone's interested here's the link to the vote: P.S: Vote Paranoid Android.
  15. For the last two years I've been hoping for Radiohead 2027. 30th anniversary of OK Computer and 20th anniversary of In Rainbows. They then play a set which includes a good number of songs from both and everyone's happy. Yes, they do play Creep...
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