The 1975 drop “TooTimeTooTimeTooTime” about unfaithful relationships, notes on a conditional form
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After teaming up with teen climate activist Greta Thunberg for the first track from their forthcoming record, Notes on a Conditional Form, The 1975 are now taking a step toward sustainability.

The band revealed they have printed over some old shirts with new logos relating to their upcoming album.

Check it out below!

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Frontman Matty Healy took to Instagram to share a video of the revamped shirts.

The shirts were originally printed with old tour dates and logos from their 2013 debut album. Now, each shirt is finding new life by being printed over with a Notes on a Conditional Form logo.

The band also revealed fans would be able to bring any of their old the 1975 shirts to Reading and Leeds and have the same printing done to them.

“OK! So here is the first drop,” Healy posted on Instagram. “We are not making new shirts for now. Unsustainable. SO, AND I’M SO FUCKING INTO THIS. This run is all old shirts (first album, early tours etc) that we had kept and have reprinted as your NOACF shirts. You will also be able to bring any old 1975 shirt or ANY bands you love shirts to Reading festival and have the same print done over the top there and then 🥾🌍 EDIT: Reprinting is FREE if you bring your own 1975 shirt at both LEEDS and READING!”

You can check out a video of the new the 1975 shirts below!

Recently, fans uncovered the forthcoming album’s possible release date.

According to Apple Music, the 22-track album is expected to be released Feb. 21, 2020.

If that wasn’t exciting enough, the band also updated their website with a countdown for a potential new song called, “People.”

Earlier today, the band continued to hint at the new track with another countdown teaser of “3 days.”

Are you excited for new music from the 1975? What do you think of the band’s new revamped merch designs? Sound off in the comments below!

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