The Pop band The 1975 has dropped the emotive new video named ‘The 1975‘ self-titled.
The 1975‘s self-titled video has collaborated with Greta Thunberg & Directed by Ben Ditto & Jon Emmony. The brand new accompanying video to ‘The 1975’ sees the phrases of Thunberg’s speech playing over alarming pictures of local weather change in action.
Recently, The 1975 has dropped their new album called ‘Notes On A Conditional Form’. This is the most awaited album we got.
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That includes a speech from Thunberg that performs over an instrumental, the track, which discloses the pop band’s new album ‘Notes On A Conditional Form’, which helped to lift awareness of local weather change.
Speaking about the album, The 1975 have in some way put out an album made for introspection and headphone listening and dancing around your lounge, something deep and sprawling and sometimes foolish to dig deep into over many listens, throughout which your favorite track will shift each day.
“Something that requires time and attention – something just right for now.”
The 1975 – The 1975 – Watch it here.
Talking in regards to the time he met Thunberg’s last yr on Pedestrian.TV, Musical artist Matthew Healy said the 17-year-old environmental campaigner was “one of the only people I’ve been truly starstruck by.
“She’s so famous in regards to iconographically famous. You know she’s like, on a poster with Gandhi kinda-famous. So when I first seen her through the studio, through like frosted glass as well, you could just see the outline of her. And like Slash said, ‘To be truly iconic, you must be recognisable in silhouette’. She’s recognisable in silhouette. So, it was really powerful.”
Healy continued: “Greta is the most punk person I’ve ever met in my life. When I met her, she was wearing an ‘anti-fascist all-stars’ t-shirt. I know like, not like an ‘Antifa’ – she wasn’t supporting violence, she was supporting…fucking wild, man. Like I came from that kind of thing.”