"'74–'75" is a 1993 single from the album Ring by the American band The Connells. The song became a big hit in Europe, particularly in Sweden and Norway where it topped the singles charts in 1995, as well as in Belgium, France and Switzerland where it reached its best performance across Europe in the yearly charts 1995 (placing 14th).
The accompanying music video was directed by Mark Pellington. It was shot at Needham B. Broughton High School in the band's hometown Raleigh, North Carolina in 1993, and featured members of the Class of 1975, juxtaposing yearbook pictures with footage of the same people as they appeared in 1993. On November 14, 2015, to mark the 40th anniversary of the 1974–1975 class, a remixed video of the song was released, showing the class members as they look 22 years after the original video was released.
While not becoming a big hit in the band's native United States, the song became a Top 20 hit throughout Europe in early 1995, eventually reaching the UK, where it became the band's sole hit, peaking at number 14 in the singles chart that August; a re-release of the single in March 1996 reached number 21.