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The 1975 Team Up With Climate Change Activist Greta Thunberg For Poignant New Track

Thursday, 25 July 2019 Written by Helen Payne

The 1975 have teamed up with Greta Thunberg, a teenage climate change activist, for their latest track.

Following the pattern of opening their records with a self-titled track, The 1975 is the first taste of the indie group’s new album, ‘Notes On A Conditional Form’, which is slated for release on February 21, 2020.

Thunberg takes on the important task of vocal duty, using this platform to perform a powerful speech on the climate emergency. The Swedish teenager’s striking essay, performed over ambient instrumentation by Matty Healy and band, comments that “older generations have failed”, and that “all political movements in their present form have failed”, but that “homo sapiens have not yet failed”, and that there is still time to turn things around.

The 1975 are set to headline Reading and Leeds later this month, as well as a Glasgow Summer Sessions shows, before touring further afield supporting their latest album, 2018's ‘A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships’.

The 1975 Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Fri August 23 2019 - READING Richfield Avenue
Sat August 24 2019 - LEEDS Bramham Park
Sun August 25 2019 - GLASGOW Bellahouston Park

Wed September 18 2019 - AUCKLAND Spark Arena (Previously Vector Arena)
Fri September 20 2019 - MELBOURNE Margaret Court Arena
Sat September 21 2019 - SYDNEY ICC Sydney Theatre
Sun September 22 2019 - BRISBANE Riverstage
Wed September 25 2019 - ADELAIDE AEC Arena
Fri September 27 2019 - PERTH HBF Stadium
Sat November 16 2019 - CAMDEN New Jersey - BB&T Pavilion (USA)
Tue November 19 2019 - RALEIGH North Carolina - PNC Arena (USA)
Wed November 20 2019 - GREENVILLE South Carolina - Bon Secours Wellness Arena (USA)
Tue November 26 2019 - NEW ORLEANS Louisiana - UNO Lakefront Arena (USA)
Sun December 01 2019 - BROOMFIELD Colorado - 1STBANK Center (USA)

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