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Check out The 1975's new video for 'Be My Mistake (Acoustic)'

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Published: 3:07 pm, December 06, 2018Words: Sam Taylor.
Check out The 1975's new video for 'Be My Mistake (Acoustic)'

The 1975 have released a new low-key video for an acoustic rendition of ‘Be My Mistake’.

The clip arrives just days after the release of latest album ‘A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships’, which landed on 30th November.

It’s the first of two new albums from the band, with follow-up ‘Notes on a Conditional Form’ expected next spring.

You can find out more about what they're up to in the December 2018 / January 2019 issue of Dork, which has their mugs on the cover. Pick up your copy after the jump.
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