The 1975 Release 'Somebody Else' Music Video


Yesterday, July 7, the four-piece pop rock group, The 1975, released their music video for their hit song ‘Somebody Else.’ The dreamy video is full of beautiful shots and full of neon, the 1975’s trademark. The 8-minute video tells a story of Matty’s struggle to love himself. With the video having many similar shots and iconic items from previous videos, such as what fans believe to be the car from the ‘Chocolate’ music video, or a very familiar neon sign from the ‘Girls’ music video, viewers have many speculations about what the video means. What do YOU think the video means? Tell us below!
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