The 1975 to release ‘Me & You Together Song’ next week

Not long to wait for 'Notes...'

The 1975 are set to share another taste of ‘Notes On A Conditional Form’ next week in the form of new single ‘Me & You Together Song’.

Matty Healy and co. are due to release their fourth studio album on February 21, and have so far previewed the project with ‘Frail State Of Mind‘, ‘People‘, and a new incarnation of ‘The 1975‘.

As the ‘A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships‘ follow-up edges closer, The 1975 have now confirmed that ‘Me & You Together Song’ will arrive next Thursday (January 16).

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The track will premiere at 7pm that evening on BBC Radio 1 as Annie Mac’s Hottest Record.

As the post above seemingly states, this broadcast will also see The 1975 perform the song on-air for a special “live” edition of the station’s regular Hottest Record segment.

‘Me & You Together Song’ was previously described by Healy as a “really lovely” and “sad” number.

“I wrote it for that film I started writing,” he explained. “But I haven’t done anything about it besides make this.”

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Today’s announcement (January 7) comes after The 1975 called on fans to appear in their next official video. Last Saturday (January 4) the group’s label Dirty Hit requested that couples submit their details for a chance to star in the clip.

In December, The 1975 rescheduled their upcoming European tour in order to complete work on ‘Notes…‘. Next month’s UK shows remain unaffected.

The 1975 will play:

February

15 – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
16 – Utilita Arena, Newcastle
17 – First Direct Arena, Leeds
19 – Bournemouth International Centre, Bournemouth
21 – The O2 Arena, London
23 – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
25 – Birmingham Arena, Birmingham
26 – M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool
28 – Manchester Arena, Manchester
29 – P&J Live Arena, Aberdeen

March

1 – SSE Hydro, Glasgow
3 – 3Arena, Dublin

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