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Watch The 1975 Crush Hard In Their ‘SNL’ Debut

so very, very hard

If you aren't already hooked on The 1975's smooth and glossy synth-tinged pop songs, we've got something for you. After you check out their energetic debut Saturday Night Live performance from last night and we're willing to bet you'll come around. 

Introduced by the show's host Curb Your Enthusiasm star and Seinfeld writer Larry David (and his real-life doppelgänger, Bernie Sanders) Matt Healy and company blazed through two performances. On display were recent singles "The Sound" and "Love Me" which we, yes, love. Both, by the by, are on their forthcoming sophmore album, I like it when you sleep, for you are so beautiful yet so unaware of it, dropping February 26, 2016. Can't wait for that. As well, they'll be touring the States this spring. Can't wait for that, either.

In the meantime, watch the two clips below. They'll have you tapping your feet for what's left of the weekend.