If it’s one thing I’ve come to expect when shooting at SOMA in San Diego is a packed house and The 1975’s recent stop at the venue was no exception. Fans came out in droves for not just The 1975 but support acts Young Rising Sons and Cruisr too. The sold out show was as sweaty and fun as you could probably imagine. Young Rising Sons kicked the night off and almost immediately the heat in the room demanded to be felt. SOMA security did an excellent job at handling everyone in the crowd and getting aid to those that were in need. Despite the heat, Young Rising Sons managed to entice the crowd with their awesome tunes and energetic show. By the time Cruisr hit the stage the crowd’s chants for water were louder than their clapping. Regardless, Cruisr killed it. They managed to calm the crowd down, though it took some time from their set to make sure everyone was enjoying the night safely. When The 1975 hit the stage it seemed all the kinks had been straightened out. Fans forgot about the heat and proceeded to dance the night away and why wouldn’t they? It’s so easy to get lost in The 1975’s music and their live show is an experience in and of itself. After they finish their current tour leg the band is going to take a break to record their next full length record. The great news is that they’re making the move out to LA for the occasion. So when there is new The 1975 music SoCal will most likely be the first to experience it live. Make sure you catch one of their last shows before they go into recording -dates are here.