The 1975‘s Madison Square Garden live stream from late last year is now streaming on Amazon Prime Video.
The gig took place on November 7th 2022 and featured the band playing their recent album ‘Being Funny in a Foreign Language’ (almost) in full, followed by a selection of their greatest hits.
“Catch The 1975 at their very best, live on stage at New York’s Madison Square Garden. In a career-spanning set featuring songs from their most recent chart-topping album Being Funny in a Foreign Language alongside a meaty helping of classic cuts, this already legendary concert captures the iconic British band operating at the peak of their powers, delivering as many surprises as beloved hits,” the Amazon Prime description reads.
And yes, you will get to relive Matty Healy fiddling with himself then eating raw meat as many times as you like. Though true connoisseurs prefer the part where saxophonist John Waugh is let in through a door to deliver a honkingly brilliant solo. An iconic man doing iconic things iconically.
The 1975’s UK and Ireland leg of their ‘At Their Very Best’ tour kicked off last night (January 8th) in Brighton with Dirty Hit label mate Bonnie Kemplay in support. It continues tonight in Bournemouth.
You can stream The 1975 ‘At Their Very Best’ Live from Madison Square Garden here.