The 1975 Bust Some Moves in Fluorescent Video for ‘UGH!’
A week ago, the 1975 debuted “UGH!”, a second, super-meta track from their forthcoming album I Like It When You Sleep, for You Are so Beautiful Yet So Unaware of It. Now, it has received a neon-bright music video.
Adam Powell directs the clip, which captures the English indie-pop outfit performing on a set that flickers between brightly colored backdrops -- a design similar to the one featured on the band’s current tour. Frontman Matt Healy dances his way through the video, busting moves long after the song drops out. Check it out above.
I Like It When You Sleep, the 1975's second full-length to date, is due out Feb. 26 via Dirty Hit/Interscope. You can grab it on CD or vinyl or pre-order a digital copy at iTunes. "UGH!" follows lead single “Love Me.”
The band's tour picks up tomorrow (Dec. 19) in Portland, Ore. Then they have one more U.S. stop in Seattle before heading to New Zealand and Australia. They return to the states on April 18 when they'll play a show in L.A. That second run of North American dates runs through May. They'll also play Firefly Music Festival, which will take place June 16-19. Check out their complete itinerary right here.