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The 1975 drop new single ‘If You’re Too Shy (Let Me Know)’

New album Notes On A Conditional Form delayed to May 22nd

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Premiered as Annie Mac’s hottest record in the world, The 1975 have just released their new single If You’re Too Shy (Let Me Know), taken from their upcoming fourth album Notes on A Conditional Form, released on May 22nd.

Even before its release, If You’re Too Shy (Let Me Know), was already a fan favourite. The band debuted the track on their UK and Ireland tour back in February, and it wasn’t long before social media was alight with videos of the track with entire arenas singing along.


The studio version features vocals from FKA Twigs, and feels like a ‘classic’ 1975 song, with big hooks and a catchy chorus blending wonderfully with 80’s greatness thanks to the massive saxophone solo, a perfect summer track.

The track is written about lead singer Matty Healy being on a video call with a woman, and wanting things to go further. The song comes accompanied with a black-and-white performance video which feels slightly reminiscent of the music video for ‘Girls’ released in 2013.

Watch: The 1975 – If You’re Too Shy (Let Me Know)

Notes On A Conditional Form is the second installment of the “Music For Cars” series and follows on from the critically acclaimed A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships. The album is available to pre-order on digital formats as well as limited edition physical formats from the band’s official store.

After a UK headline tour in February, the band will play a massive show at Finsbury Park on July 11th (tickets here). Support comes from Dirty Hit new signee Beabadoobee, Phoebe Bridgers, Charlie XCX, Clairo, Pale Waves, Den Never and Cavetown with more special guests to be announced (note that the event is likely to be cancelled due to Covid-19).


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Katie Macbeth

Katie Macbeth is a freelance music journalist for Indie Is Not A Genre based out of Manchester, presenter of @drunktankthink, and post punk enthusiast.

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