The 1975 have surprised their fans by releasing ‘DH00278’, a live album recorded during their shows at London’s O2 Arena in December 2016.
The record, which had been previously teased by singer Matty Healy on Twitter, opens with a live version of a self-titled track from their debut album – before going straight into ‘Love Me’.
You can listen to the album in full below, via Spotify.
The release of the live record was previously teased by the band’s manager Jamie Oborne, who took to Twitter today in November to hint that something was on the way.
Previously, the band’s frontman Matty Healy had promised new material from the band in 2017, as well as a ‘new vinyl this year.
“So there is not going to be
@the1975 EP in 2017. EP will be 2018. BUT you will get something that I personally love”, Oborne wrote on Twitter,
So there is not going to be @the1975 EP in 2017. EP will be 2018. BUT you will get something that I️ personally love. Sorry but that’s all I️ can say right now. Oh, MFC is already sounding amazing. It will be worth the wait. 🖤 you guys. X
— Jamie Oborne (@jamieoborne) November 9, 2017
“Sorry but that’s all I can say right now. Oh, MFC is already sounding amazing. It will be worth the wait. you guys. X”
Meanwhile, it’s believed that The 1975 are currently hard at work finishing their third album, which will be called ‘Music For Cars’.
Although an official release date for the record is yet to be confirmed, Matty Healy has constantly stated on Twitter that it will be released on June 1 next year.
Explaining the title, he previously told NME: “‘Music For Cars’ was an EP named for our love for Brian Eno.
“We’re using it as the album title now because of how meta and self-referential everything has become in the world of The 1975, and ‘Music For Cars’ was always my favourite title of everything we’d ever done, so it kinda made sense to wrap it up that way.”