19 Forever: Inside The 1975's 'paradigm' shifting two-album campaign

Ben Homewood

Dirty Hit Records and All On Red management boss Jamie Oborne praises “great pop music with a message” as band return

The 1975 are the best equipped British act to deliver music with a lasting cultural impact, Jamie Oborne has told Music Week.

Oborne signed The 1975 to his label, Dirty Hit, and manages the Manchester four-piece through his All On Red company. He has lifted the lid on a “progressive” two-album campaign.

Last month, frontman Matthew Healy confirmed ...


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