I understand that this album lacked their usual “edgyness” but it isn’t about that. It tells the sometimes sad truth of this world in which we live. The truth isn’t always pretty, but it is exactly what we need. Thank you to The 1975 for opening my eyes. All that said, have a wonderful day and I hope you only the best from here on out. Bye!
My wife cheated on me
By faith chappell
I’m setting here thinking why the hell is she playing these songs if she knows what she did and she does
everything these awesome guys touch turns gold
By The Professional Style
Don't believe the over inflated Itunes reviews gushing over this album. I LOVED their last two albums but found this to be the HEIGHT of Matty's callousness. His narcissism is on full display on this album where he plays garbage synth loops and calls it a song. It feels like he just wanted to test the waters to see what people are willing to say is the band being 'artsy'. I have doubts the actual band was involved with this album.
I love the band but this album release was a JOB on the people.
Always want to die sometimes is breath taking.
Correction: Sign of the times
I was completely disappointed with this third album until I listened to it for a second time. These guys are so smart: what I thought was a spark, was really fire... They are capable of turning inside down their fan band status giving some of the most revealing lyrics that you can hear nowadays. I am not into "Mine", so jazzy, but adore "Love it when we made it": it has been conceived as a contemporary hymn, and it really makes the job. Looking forward MFC – 2019. Other favorites: “I Always Wanna Die (Sometimes)”, “Sincerity is Scary” and “Give Yourself a Try”.
Not a bad album, but not what I expected from their past songs I have heard. I was hoping for more of a "love it if we made it" vibe. Most of the album is MOST softer than I anticipated.
This album is so awesome OMG 😭🍵
Music For Millenials
I can never hate an album by The 1975, the songs grow on you the more you listen.