Watch: The 1975 drop music video for 'TooTimeTooTimeTooTime'

Many fans only dream of starring in a music video for their favorite British band The 1975. Several made it happen and their faces can be seen in the new video for "TooTimeTooTimeTooTime."

Fans of the band, as well as frontman Matty Healy, appear in the colorful video, all lip-syncing and dancing along to the upbeat song.

"This song is about, you know, fun and relationships and life and…this is the one 1975 I like listening to when I go out for a run," Healy recently said on BBC's Radio 1. "It’s just something that kind of makes me really happy and the video makes me the happiest. That’s my only metric as to why I would think it would be kind of…I don’t really care if it’s a hit. I just want the fans to hear it," he added later. He also took to Twitter to call the video his favorite.

"TooTimeTooTimeTooTime" is the third single from The 1975's upcoming album, A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships, expected out this October. An additional album, Notes on a Conditional Form, is set for next year.

The band previously released the songs "Love It If We Made It" and "Give Yourself a Try.."