The relative sneering in this thread about the Greta track is kinda gross. It's the intro to their new album, in the literal sense, and as far as the campaign goes. The track is relevant, important and worthwhile. One can question their motivation behind it but ultimately what other act is using their platform (with young people) to focus on a message like this? Music, pop, whatever...it's an escape for most of us here. It's why we post on PopJustice. To immerse ourselves even more. And the world is a scary, uncertain place that is rapidly disintegrating on geological, poltiical, societal and psychological scales. That is hard to process. My instinct would be to listen to TOOMUCH or Someone Else rather than this, to immerse myself in a bop, or a song that hits deeply but on an individual level. It's easy to address sadness when it's to do with yourself or your relationship/s.It's dark and hard and distressing to think outside of ourselves right now. That we have to is the hardest thing. It's distressing. Glimmers of hope seem extinguished. We blame ourselves when its corporations who can and need to effect massive change. I think it's great that The 1975 launched their campaign with this message. And that they kinda 'cloaked' it under a previously familair guise. It's time for civil disobediance. It's time to rebel etc. Your right to your next sad bop from Denise Welch's brood isn't more important than Greta's message, and the band's decision to foreground it. Ciao.