The 1975 Played The Barfly Last Night To A Small Group Of Fans And It Was Everything
Playing songs new and old to 200 of their biggest fans? We're not crying, you are.
For the first time since the 6th of December all the way back in 2012, The 1975 returned to the Barfly in Camden (now known as the Camden Assembly) to perform an intimate gig hosted by Spotify Premium to 200 of their biggest fans, users who listen to them the MOST on Spotify (we’re talking like, 24/7).
Using songs from the original setlist used on that very special night again once again, fans were singing their hearts out to the songs that boosted the band’s career and put them on the map from ‘Robbers’ to ‘Chocolate’. Yep, we’re crying.
Walking on stage looking dapper in their suits (and Matty donning a pair of shades for ‘ego and stylistic reasons’), the boys kicked off the gig with the first single of their new album ‘A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships’, called ‘Give Yourself a Try’.
Here are some shots from the night:
Matty could punch us in the face and we would thank him.
The shades really make this look if you ask us.
We would do ANYTHING to be front row and hold Matty's hand.
Making this our lock screen on everything. BRB.
Here’s the full setlist they played:
Give Yourself A Try
It’s Not Living (If it’s Not With You)
Sincerity is Scary
Love It If We Made It
Be My Mistake
Playing ‘Medicine’ for the first time since revealing the true meaning behind it on Twitter recently, we can’t help but feel jealous of the crowd for getting to be part of this very intimate moment.
Fans of the band clearly had the best night ever...
The ‘What a shame’ guitar, we’re fine honestly...
Can you imagine being this close to Matty? We’re soft.
And of course they went HAM on the decor, when are they not doing the absolute MOST?
You can find us sobbing in the corner and rocking back and forth until their 2019 tour.
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