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Watch The Video For The 1975’s New Single, ‘Me & You Together Song’

The new track will also feature on the group’s upcoming album ‘Notes On A Conditional Form’, due out on 24 April.

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1975 Me You Together Video Song
Photo: Mara Palena Courtesy of Universal Music Group

The 1975 have shared the video for their latest single ‘Me & You Together Song’. You can check it out below.

The single, which was shared last month, will feature on the group’s upcoming album Notes On A Conditional Form. The album was due to be released on 21 February but has since been pushed back to 24 April.

The 1975 have been teasing the video release over the past couple of days. Yesterday, their label, Dirty Hit, shared a still from the clip on their Instagram page. In it, frontman Matty Healy is sat on a bed cupping a lighter in his hand, flame flickering between his palms. “//M E & Y O U T O G E T H E R S O N G V I D E O – T O M O R O W // L O V E,” they captioned the post.

Earlier this week, the band’s frontman, Matty 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.

“After our year off in 2019, we couldn’t be more excited about the return of the mighty NME Awards – and we know that our audience, our favourite artists and their associated hangers-on are just as hyped up as we are,” said the NME Editorial Team. “Back at O2 Academy Brixton, this year’s event is a special one for many reasons, marking the end of a brilliant decade for music and the start of a new one that’s bursting with possibilities. Since the last time we handed out our infamous, finger-flickin’ trophies, we’ve seen superstars born and legends cemented.”

Notes On A Conditional Form is out on 24 April and can be pre-ordered here.

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