The 1975 could be set to release new music as early as this month, according to the band’s manager.
Matty Healy and co, who released their acclaimed third album ‘A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships’ in November, are currently working on its follow-up, ‘Notes On A Conditional Form’.
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With the LP due for release this summer, The 1975’s manager Jamie Oborne has now told fans that they could hear a slice of the new material very soon.
Posting on Twitter, a fan asked Oborne: “Is it true that The 1975 have a single out this month?”
In response, Oborne tweeted: “We are working hard to get new music ready yes,” adding, “not sure about this month will depend if it’s ready.” See those posts below.
We are working hard to get new music ready yes xxx not sure about this month will depend if it’s ready. Xx https://t.co/cg9Q2wfysd
— Jamie Oborne (@jamieoborne) February 3, 2019
The update came in a string of news regarding upcoming music from the Dirty Hit roster, with Oborne saying there’s “so much great stuff coming” from the record label.
Last month, Healy revealed that The 1975’s new album is stylistically similar to artists such as The Streets and Burial. “It’s really deconstructed,” the frontman said. “There’s some quippy lyrical bits that will make up a narrative.”
Elsewhere, Jamie Oborne has described ‘Notes…’ as “a night-time album”.
Meanwhile, after wrapping up their UK arena tour, Matty Healy has told fans that they can expect more “impressive” and “slick” set for festival appearances this summer.
The 1975 will headline this year’s Reading & Leeds, joining the likes of Foo Fighters, Post Malone and Blossoms at August’s dual event.