The 1975 have released a new music video for ‘Oh Caroline’

The new visuals are available exclusively through the social media platform.
Photo credit: Jennifer McCord

The 1975 have partnered with Meta to offer a platform-exclusive music video for their recent album track, ‘Oh Caroline’.

The track is a cut from the band’s recent fifth chart-topper, ‘Being Funny In A Foreign Language’, which Dork’s five-star review praised as, “a brilliant edit of everything that came before, cast in the self-realisation and not-so-quiet confidence of just how good they can be”.

It was released in October, with a live performance arriving shortly after in partnership with music network Vevo. The new video arrived via Meta – the recently renamed brand behind the Facebook platform – and is available exclusively on their site.

Oh Caroline‘s new video accompaniment shows The 1975 as elderly men, reminiscing over past memories together and performing the track on-stage.

You can watch the official music video for ‘Oh Caroline’ below:

The 1975 are cover stars for the December 2022 / January 2023 issue of Dork magazine – order your copy below.

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