The 1975 have released a live performance of ‘Oh Caroline’, from their brand new album, ‘Being Funny In A Foreign Language’

The Manchester group’s fifth album arrived today, October 14th, via Dirty Hit.
Photo credit: Samuel Bradley

With their fifth album, ‘Being Funny In A Foreign Language’, now out in the world, The 1975 have shared a Vevo live performance of new album cut, ‘Oh Caroline’.

It is their second partnership with the music network, following their 2017 performance at London’s The O2. Three new live videos have been confirmed for release, with exact release times unconfirmed.

You can watch the Vevo Live Performance of The 1975’s ‘Oh Caroline’ below:

The band also performed not one but two sold-out sets at Kingston’s Pryzm last night, October 13th, and gave several tracks their live debut – including the aforementioned ‘Oh Caroline’. You can watch fan footage from the venue below:

The 1975 also performed ‘Looking For Somebody (To Love)’, which you can view here:

Both songs feature on ‘Being Funny In A Foreign Language’ which was released today, October 14th. Dork’s 5-star review described the record 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.”

You can listen to The 1975’s ‘Being Funny In A Foreign Languagehere – the full tracklist reads:

1. The 1975
2. Happiness
3. Looking for Somebody (To Love)
4. Part of the Band
5. Oh Caroline
6.  I’m In Love With You
7. All I Need To Hear
8. Wintering
9. Human Too
10. About You
11. When We Are Together

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