The 1975 Premieres New Music Video for “Love It If We Made It”
- British rock band The 1975 has dropped a new music video for “Love It If We Made It” from their upcoming third studio album "A Brief Inquiry into Online Relationships".
The video was directed by Adam Powell with lighting and conceptual design by Tobias Rylander.
The clip features images of a litany of recent events and notable figures, like Brett Kavanaugh, the murder of Eric Garner, Lil Peep, Kanye West, Donald Trump, Harvey Weinstein, the death of 3-year-old Syrian boy Alan Kurdi and others.
The song is a promotional single from the album and was premiered on Beats 1 Radio as Zane Lowe’s World Record back in July.
- Frontman Matt Healy described the song to Zane Lowe, "It’s quite outward and it’s me kind of looking out. It’s an interesting one because there’s not a lot of context in a lot of the things that I say in that it’s direct quotes of people or their headlines I’ve read," he said. "It’s very objective though, this song. I think that’s one of the things I suppose I get to hide behind. A lot of the stuff that you could be upset about in the song, I never said in the first place."
- The band announced a 2019 North American Tour dates in support of the new album. The tour kicks off at Auditorio TELMEX in Zapopan on May 20, 2019 and will wrap up at Budweiser Stage in Toronto on June 3, 2019.
Learn more about tour dates, click here.
- source : Pitchfork