SWMRS and FIDLAR are pairing up for a sweet joint cover of the 1975's track "People" off of their upcoming record Notes on a Conditional Form.

The two bands gave their take on the track which is less than a year old and marks the first bit of music available from the 1975's new album.

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The song was originally released by the 1975 back in August 2019. Frontman Matty Healy stated in an interview at the time that the song was a definite step in a new direction for them.

“It’s not like a where emo ended up sounding record like My Chemical Romance, Fall Out Boy sounding record. There’s definite references to Joan Of Arc and Braid and Mineral… you hear a lot of that on No Rome’s new EP, it’s kind of like an emo record and I played drums on that and we were making that the same time we started Notes On A Conditional Form, so it does have this kind of like, Midwest kind of sound to it.”

The new cover also comes along with a visualizer video with tons of black and white photos of the band's.

You can check out the cover track in the player below.

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What do you think of SWMRS and FIDLAR's new cover of the 1975's "People"? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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