Pop-rocking Brits the 1975 rolled through St. Paul on Wednesday for a Roy Wilkins Auditorium gig. The shimmery quartet is touring on its diffusely titled sophomore album, I Like It When You Sleep, for You Are So Beautiful yet So Unaware of It, which hit No. 1 on Billboard's charts. More to the point, however, were singles "Chocolate," "Sex," and "Girls" from their debut LP that helped spring the band's fast rise. And yes, that's frontman Matthew Healy playing to the home crowd sporting a Replacements tee. Smooth. Grammy-nominated indie-rockers Wolf Alice and the Japanese House opened. Read our review of the show here. Photos by Gina Reis on May 25, 2016.