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The group’s own Matty Healy directed the release with assistance from Patricia Villirillo and Mara Palena. Healy also stars in the clip, which sees him inside a room whose walls are plastered with pictures and art. The lo-fi camera closely captures the frontman’s every move, from his dancing about in an ankle-length skirt — the same one he wore on Colbert — to his direct glance right into the lens.
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Watch the “Frail State of Mind” video below.
The single is taken from The 1975’s new album, Notes on a Conditional Form, due out February 21st. The band still has a handful of dates this year, including appearances at the Riptide Music Festival in Florida and KROQ’s Almost Acoustic Christmas show. Grab tickets to all of their concerts here.
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