Kicking off the weekend with this killer track from English Pop Rock band, The 1975, 'Love Me'. Bombastic and ridiculous with arrogance and an 80's vibe, the song and clip will make you take a shower.
The video plays with ideas of a post-ironic self-indulgent performance parodying rock and roll in the digital age. Matty Healy on the track its self: "We found ourselves, as a band, being immersed in a world we didn't feel part of. So it's just… love me, if that's what you want to do".
The group consists of Matty Healy, Adam Hann, Ross MacDonald, and George Daniel and their image consistently brings the goods.
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We're all for a good old protest song here and there, so we figured it was time to play System of a Down's 'B.Y.O.B' (Bring Your Own Bombs). A mix between attempted shock tactics and unintentional comedy, it's still a neck breaking track the crosses the lines between thrash metal and radio-friendly fun times.