Watch the 1975's Sleek, Neon "Ugh!" Video

Colorful visuals reflect band's current live show

Watch the 1975's colorful video for funky new single "Ugh!"

The 1975 have released the sleek, futuristic video for funky throwback jam, "Ugh!" The single will appear on the U.K. band's sophomore album, I Like It When You Sleep, for You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware of It.

Adam Powell directed the clip, which is based off the band's current live show. Drenched in neon and fluorescent lights and surrounded by pillars, the band plays the catchy, jazzy, Eighties-esque song as singer Matty Healy dances in various outfits. The clip follows up the video for first single "Love Me," a colorful and glam parody of celebrity culture. Both videos showcase a stark shift from the black-and-white aesthetic of the visuals for the band's self-titled debut.

The 1975's sophomore LP will be released on February 26th via Dirty Hit/Interscope records. Earlier this month, they announced a North American tour that will kick off on April 18th in Los Angeles and wrap on May 25th in St. Paul, Minnesota.