The 1975 have teamed up with Music Declares Emergency for new merch

It's part of the organisation's No Music On A Dead Planet range.
Photo credit: Patrick Gunning

The 1975 have teamed up with climate change organisation Music Declares Emergency to produce a new merch design as part of their No Music On A Dead Planet range.

The band join a host of artists and designers, including Peter Saville, Jamie Reid, Thom Yorke, Luke Preece, Ninja Tune, Studio Moross, and Afro Deco in contributing their interpretation of the organisation’s slogan.

The band explain: “This November, the fate of the planet will be decided at COP26, The UN Climate Change Conference. We are proud to be supporting Music Declares Emergency and their #NOMUSICONADEADPLANET campaign as they fight to ensure a greener future for all.”

You can check out the design, and order yourself a t-shirt or hoodie, here.

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