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The 1975 say it 'hasn't been difficult' to make impact in US

The 1975 say they have found it easy to make a splash in America.

Making it big in the US is often the holy grail for many British artists.

Indie group The 1975 have enjoyed decent success in the States and frontman Matt Healy says they already have a big support there.

He told Bang Showbiz: "It's been great, two months [in America] then we flew straight to Ibiza from there.

"We've got a massive fan base out there [in America], we've been really embraced there. We get to play huge shows. It hasn't been difficult for us in the US."

Bandmate George Daniel added: "We always felt our band suited American people because we're more inspired by American artists than we are British bands and it's as simple as that really."

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Watch The 1975 perform in the US below:


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