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The 1975 Express Irks With Modernity On Pop-Art Inspired Video For Love It If We Made It

Monday, 13 August 2018 Written by Helen Payne

Love It If We Made It, which dropped last month, now has an accompanying video.

With a pop-art inspired clip, the band express their derisive thoughts on modernity with hard hitting lyrics: "shooting heroin", "fuck your feelings", and "saying controversial things for the hell of it" sings Matty Healy. But, despite modernity failing us, the vocalist would love if we made it through the bullshit.

It’s the 1975 doing what they know best, an indie pop track dedicated to Healy’s vocals and a simple synth rhythm, now with a deliciously colourful video. Check out a teaser below, and the full video through Spotify.


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