The 1975 is the self-titled debut album by English pop-rock band The 1975, released in 2013. The album is a dynamic and genre-bending work that incorporates elements of indie rock, pop, and electronic music, and it features a mix of catchy hooks and introspective lyrics.
The album's lead single, "Sex," is a upbeat and infectious pop-rock track that showcases the band's ear for melody and knack for crafting memorable choruses. Other standout tracks include "Chocolate," "Girls," and "Robbers," which demonstrate the band's musical versatility and ability to blend different genres into a cohesive whole.
The 1975 was a critical and commercial success, earning widespread acclaim for its innovative and eclectic sound, as well as its thoughtful and introspective lyrics. The album helped establish The 1975 as one of the most exciting and promising bands of their generation, and it continues to be a fan favorite and a touchstone of the modern indie rock scene.