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The 1975 have shared the video for their new single, ‘Me & You Together Song’.

The single, which was shared last month, will feature on the group’s upcoming album ‘Notes On A Conditional Form’.

Directed by Bedroom, the nostalgic video plays out like a ’90s throwback, featuring mix CDs, boomboxes, retro T-shirts and more.

Watch the video in full below:

 

The video was confirmed yesterday (February 5) by the band’s label Dirty Hit after the company posted a photo on its Instagram page that showed frontman Matty Healy sat on a bed cupping a lighter in his hand, flame flickering between his palms.

‘Notes On A Conditional Form’ was due to be released on February 21 but has since been pushed back to April 24.

Earlier this week, Healy performed an intimate acoustic set in Sydney to raise money for those affected by the recent bushfires in Australia. The stripped-back performance saw Healy perform solo on stage with an acoustic guitar whilst sat on a sofa.

The show followed the frontman performing on stage in a hospital gown at the Sydney leg of Laneway Festival. The outfit choice referenced the fact The 1975 had been forced to pull out of the festival’s Brisbane date after Healy was hospitalised by a “bout of serious sickness”.

Meanwhile, The 1975 are set to bring the NME Awards 2020 to a close next week with a special five-song set. They will join other performers at the ceremony at London’s O2 Academy Brixton on February 12, including Yungblud, Beabadoobee, and Slowthai and Mura Masa. Tickets for the event are available here.

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