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THE 1975 Dance with Fans in New Video for ‘TOOTIMETOOTIMETOOTIME’

The 1975 have unveiled colourful visuals for their latest tropical tune TOOTIMETOOTIMETOOTIME.

Having premiered on Spotify in the form of a vertical video, we now have a widescreen version of the band’s latest clip for TOOTIMETOOTIMETOOTIME.

Full of sugar-coated melodies and ironic lyrical twists, the song flows on a lavish and tasty beat perfect for dancing. And that’s what we get in the video. Featuring Matty Healy alongside a group of young people dancing and singing along, it makes a joyous visual accompaniment to the synth-pop tropical track.

Following previous singles Give Yourself A Try and Love It If We Made It, the new cut is another taste of The 1975‘s third studio album, A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships, set to arrive this Autumn. Posters spotted at Reading & Leeds Festivals last weekend suggest it will be released on November 30th.

The band’s forthcoming new record A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships will be followed up by the second instalment of the “Music For Cars” era, the album titled Notes On A Conditional Form, which will be released next year.