EP Review... The 1975 - Sex EP

After ages of listening to different YouTube videos and crackly live videos the 1975 have finally released some proper music and we have a listen to there second EP the much anticipated "Sex" EP!

Intro/Set 3:
The fade in start grabs you straight away hitting in with what sounds like hundred of layers of vocals sounding so big with some jumpy vocals closing this song full of samples what would sound awful anywhere else but perfect here this is a great start!
Out of 10: 7.5/10

Undo:
Again, full of samples and nice backing guitar that makes this song a winner with a hugely catchy chorus full of strong vocals. In the verse Matt's vocals get a lot more powerful which gives this track a unique sound to it. Once again another voice another great track from the latest signing to dirty hit records!
Out of 10: 8/10


Sex:
After hearing this song for the first time in the garage at Islington I fell in love with it and has been my favourite song since even though I was stuck with listening to poor quality YouTube versions. However now the full version is here we are very excited distorted guitars and big drums make this song with a big break down in the middle ending on a brilliant guitar solo with a backing track leaving no second sound empty! This song is meant for big things and if they keep churning out songs like this they will be huge.
Out of 10: 9/10

You:
Starting with distorted guitar going into a riff you will be humming later reminding me of little comets with drums kicking in making you want to dance another solid song. It's the longest on the EP and it's a great way to get the fans and myself eager for more, bring on the album!
Out of 10: 8/10

The 1975 - Sex EP
Out of 10: 8.6/10

This is a brilliant EP from the 1975 looking forward to the d├ębut album!

Written by  - Conor Sellick

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