The new track marks the band's first new material since their highly acclaimed 2019 album, 'Doom Days'.
'The 1975' topped the UK Albums Chart on release and was certified platinum in 2014.
Blake has described the track as a love song that’s about “wanting to take a little bit of someone’s load and just loving that person”.
The new track features on the band's upcoming album, 'Notes On A Conditional Form', due out on 22 May.
Drake's original version of the song also received two wins at the 2017 Grammy Awards for Best Rap Song and Best Rap/Sung Performance.
The playlist features tracks from Brian Eno, James Blake, Radiohead, Jonathan Richman and many more.
The band's new album, 'Notes On A Conditional Form', is now set for release on 22 May.
The young singer-songwriter's performance kicks off at 8pm GMT tonight, 1 April.
Fender said: “‘That song is such a long-standing favourite of mine, and Amy remains a national treasure."
The star said, “I’d be lost without my favourite record shops - let’s all keep them all going in this very strange time."
The star's new album is the much-anticipated follow-up to 2018's acclaimed 'True Meanings.
The albums have been remastered and cut in the Half-Speed Mastering system at London's Abbey Road Studios.
Tickets for the original gigs remain valid for the rearranged performances.
The 1975's Matty Healy has revealed his band's next single is 'If You're Too Shy (Let Me Know)', from their new album, due in April.
Set for release on 12 June, the new album will be Weller's first release for his new label, Polydor.
The new song is a stand-along track which doesn't feature on Fender's chart-topping 'Hypersonic Missiles' album.