Having recently announced their new album , Notes On A Conditional Form, for a February 21st release, The 1975 have just premiered their brand new single People alongside the accompanying video. Of course, the new single is a another shocking departure from their previous releases with singer Matt Healy shouting unintelligible lyrics like emo never died. Watch and listen below.
People follows on from the recently released self-titled album opener that features a 5 minute monologue by environmental activist Greta Thunberg. The Manchester quartet have also revealed the album artwork and (preliminary) tracklisting (this will be updated once announced) which can be found below.
Notes On A Conditional Form tracklisting:
Notes On A Conditional Form is the second instalment of the “Music For Cars” series and follows on from last year’s A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships. The album will arrive on February 21st via Dirty Hit and is available to pre-order on digital formats. Physical formats will be announced shortly.
This weekend will see the band headline the main stage at Reading and Leeds Festival. After a busy summer schedule, the four piece will head to Asia and the USA for a run of headline dates. UK dates will be announced shortly. Sign up for the mailing list (no purchase required) via the official website to gain access to ticket pre-sales.
Listen: The 1975 – People