The 1975 have officially confirmed a release date for their new album, Notes on a Conditional Form. The follow-up to last year’s A Brief Inquiry into Online Relationships arrives
February 21st, 2020. Update, January 13th: The band has pushed the release date to April 24th. Additionally, the band has delivered a fresh single off the LP titled “People”.
On the boisterous track, singer Matty Healy attempts to rally the masses with a literal wake up call,
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“Wake up, wake up, wake up/ It’s Monday morning and we’ve only got a thousand of them left/ Well, I know it feels pointless and you don’t have any money/ But we’re all just gonna try our fucking best/ Well, my generation wanna fuck Barack Obama/ Living in a sauna with legal marijuana.”
“People” comes with a corresponding music video by Healy, Warren Fu, and Ben Ditto. It’s a flashy watch that stars the band and can be seen below. (Note: The clip comes with a warning for those with epilepsy.)
The group previously teased the new album with the excellent “The 1975”. Ahead of the release of Notes on a Conditional Form, The 1975 will tour North America in the fall. Make sure to grab your tickets here.