The band has been an ever-present force in 2016 but they’re still finding ways to excite and enchant.
Even if Simon Neil is wearing a coat.
One might say triumphant.
The boys are back and on top.
They flit from being grungy and sombre to melodic and massive.
Photos for your eyes, of bands playing music for your ears.
Ten years in and the festival isn’t slowing down yet.
Look at this.
and we’re GLA-d to have them back
Space Jams. Everywhere.
Their second gig of the day sees SWMRS wide eyed and excited with a crowd to match.
The band celebrate ‘All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us’ with a pair of hometown shows.
Months on the road have taken their toll. Milk Teeth are in charge.
There’s no ‘Lost Time’ as the band charge into their UK tour.
The band get everyone up to speed ahead of ‘If I’m The Devil…’
All the different ideas come together as PVRIS’ vision comes good.
Sold out shows and an international number one, it’s safe to say things are going well for The 1975. Live, their unstoppable (purple) reign continues.
With the release of ‘New Love’ comes a new era of Allison Weiss and tonight, supported by Jenny Owen Youngs, it unites the room.
A year since The Garage, The Front Bottoms return to London with Kevin Devine in tow for an inflatable heavy show.
Against The Current shine and Good Charlotte dominate as the outsiders takeover the London arena.