The BRIT Squad: The 1975

Andre Paine

Eclectic, ambitious and bursting with ideas, A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships became The 1975’s third consecutive chart-topper. Here, manager and label boss Jamie Oborne tells the story behind the sprawling LP that confirmed Matthew Healy as the voice of a generation – from the band’s terror at self-producing to their experiment in “psychedelic trap”…

A BRIEF INQUIRY INTO ONLINE RELATIONSHIPS
DIRTY HIT
SALES: 95,405 (OCC)
PEAK CHART POSITION: No.1

JAMIE OBORNE (FOUNDER, DIRTY HIT/ALL ON RED MANAGEMENT): “Matthew [Healy] ...



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