The 1975 release colourful video for ‘Love Me’ – watch

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The 1975 have released a colourful new video for their latest single, ‘Love Me’.

In the glam-pop visual – directed by Diamond Martel – the band’s frontman, Matt Healy can be seen partying with a collection of cardboard cut-outs, adorned with the faces of several pop stars including Rita Ora, Ed Sheeran and Harry Styles.

Cut-outs of James Dean, Elvis and even Mr Bean can also be seen throughout the video, as Healy dances, drinks and even gets a little frisky with them.

‘Love Me’ is the first single to come from the group’s highly anticipated second album, I Like It When You Sleep For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware Of It, which is set to be released in February 2016.

The group are also set to embark on a 16 date UK tour next month, which includes a gig at our very own Southampton Guildhall on 21st November.

Watch the new video below.

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