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In 1975, a new t-shirt called “Music Emergency” went on sale

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1975 Music has declared a state of emergency and teamed up with a climate change organization for a new charity t-shirt – see design below.

The organization’s “No Music on the Dead Planet” campaign has been held before Supported by people like Billie Eilish and Mushrooms, if The dresses were designed by Thom Yorke. Place Department painter Peter Savill and others.

The 1975 design is based on a rectangular logo on black and white T-shirts, as well as a white cap, with the slogan “No music on Dead Planet”: “1975 for MDE.”

It comes after the group helped fans redesign their old t-shirts, printing them new 1975 logos at the pop-up store at Reading Festival In 2019

Speaking of collaboration, the group said: “This November, the fate of our planet will be decided at COP26, the United Nations Climate Change Conference. Music declares a state of emergency and we are proud to support their #NOMUSICONADEADPLANET campaign because they are fighting to ensure a green future for all. ”

Take a look at the designs below and order your t-shirt Here.

1975 x Music declares a state of emergency.

1975
1975 x Music declares a state of emergency.

1975
1975 x Music declares a state of emergency.

This week, Brian spoke about Eno Coldplay and the fight against climate change in the 1975s, calling for a “revolution” in the broader music industry approach.

The famous musician / producer appeared as a guest in his second season Looks like a plan podcast, journalist Greg Cochran, and one of the founders of Music Emergencies Predators drummer Fay Milton.

Speaking about the organization’s goals for 2019, Milton said: “There is very little time to realize change and realize that there is no time to wake people up and change everything they have done.

“To be like Greta Thunberg, the house is on fire and whoever lit the fire with the cigarette is on fire, there’s no time to quit smoking before we say – now it’s on fire and we need to fix it. Let’s change our lifestyle, less we fly, we use less plastic, but in the end we need a government response. ”



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