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Watch The 1975 do 'Frail State of Mind' on US TV

Appearing on The Late Show Sith Stephen Colbert, they gave a TV debut to the track they'd aired live for the first time the night before.
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Published: 3:07 pm, November 19, 2019 Photos: Sarah Louise Bennett.
Watch The 1975 do 'Frail State of Mind' on US TV

The 1975 are currently over 'stateside' playing a few shows to round out the year, and while there, they've shown up on US telly to perform their latest track 'Frail State of Mind'.

Appearing on The Late Show Sith Stephen Colbert, they gave a TV debut to the track they'd aired live for the first time the night before, which is taken from the forthcoming 'Notes On A Conditional Form' - set to land next year.

Before that, they'll head out on a UK and Irish tour, which kicks off in Nottingham on 15th February 2020.

You can check out the performance of 'Frail State Of Mind' below.

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