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The 1975 Repurpose Old Tour And Album Tee Shirts


Following on from a story we posted last week, where The 1975 teamed up with climate activist Greta Thunberg on a new track, the boys are now taking a step toward sustainability.

How you may ask? Well, the band have announced that they have repurposed some old shirts with new logos relating to their upcoming album.

The band’s singer Matty Healy went onto social media and shared a video showing off the revamped shirts.

They were originally printed with tour dates and logos from the band’s 2013 debut album. As of now, each one of those shirts are being printed over with a Notes on a Conditional Form logo.

Here’s Healy’s post on Instagram:  “OK! So here is the first drop,” adding: “We are not making new shirts for now. Unsustainable. SO, AND I’M SO FUCKING INTO THIS. This run is all old shirts (first album, early tours etc) that we had kept and have reprinted as your NOACF shirts. You will also be able to bring any old 1975 shirt or ANY bands you love shirts to Reading festival and have the same print done over the top there and then 🥾🌍EDIT: Reprinting is FREE if you bring your own 1975 shirt at both LEEDS and READING!”


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