The 1975 and The Neighbourhood tour stopped at the Culture Room in Fort Lauderdale last Friday, and the show was packed — sold out, in fact. The Culture Room barely had space to move around in, and people were lined up for over two hours to get a prime stage position. I actually enjoyed the show from the back wall, which was a good choice for overall listening and viewing!
The Manchester foursome played indie rock hits “Sex,” “The City,” and “Chocolate” — all of which appear on their EP, IV. They also played some new songs, including “Girls” and “Milk,” that will appear on an upcoming debut album which is due out in early September. Their sound was great and the crowd was bouncing to every song!
The Neighbourhood actually called us Culture Room fans the best crowd on their tour so far, because we gave them a solid sing-along intro to “Sweater Weather,” which led them to play an extended version of the track.
Check out the rest of The 1975′s and The Neighbourhood’s tour dates here. The last day of the tour is June 26 in Brooklyn, New York, so get on it!