Rock quartet The 1975 have released the video for their latest track 'Woman'; it serves as the last video to be released from their EP 'Facedown' that was released on August 6th 2012.
Like their other videos, it keeps it plain and simple and black and white with James Booth returning as a director. It features the singer apparently singing and playing solo in an abandoned building. It suits the track well as it features less instrumentation, it being a tender love song. It's one of their more melodic and easy-listening tunes with no drums and less rawness to the vocals.
The Manchester band are now set to embark on their first ever UK tour this December kicking off on the 2nd in Leeds at 'Cockpit 3' and coming to a close in Newcastle's 'Head of Steam' on the 13th. This follows a huge amount of support from a variety of radio stations including BBC Radio 1 (where their first single 'The City' was well-played by Zane Lowe, Huw Stephens and Fearne Cotton), XFM, NME, Q Radio and Kerrang! Radio. It's no surprise, then, that their 'Facedown' EP burst on to the iTunes alternative album chart at an impressive number 2.
Woman Video from The 1975
Sun 2nd Dec - Leeds, Cockpit 3
Mon 3rd Dec - Glasgow, King Tuts
Tue 4th Dec - Hull, Fruit
Wed 5th Dec - Manchester, Sound Control
Thu 6th Dec - London, Barfly
Fri 7th Dec - Southampton, Joiners
Sat 8th Dec - Birmingham, Temple
Tue 11th Dec - Dublin, Academy 2
Wed 12th Dec - Belfast, Oh Yeah Centre
Thus 13th Dec - Newcastle, Head Of Steam
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