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The 1975 fans uncover release date for ‘Notes on a Conditional Form’

Could we also be getting a new song in the near future as well?

July 25, 2019
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It looks like we may finally have a release date for the forthcoming the 1975 album! After debuting the first single from the album yesterday, it looks like there may already be a countdown to the release of the next single!

Check it out below!

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After sending fans into a freakout over the deactivation of their social media accounts, rumors began to circulate regarding the next era.

Yesterday, the band unveiled the first track from their forthcoming record, Notes on a Conditional Form. Per the band’s tradition, the track is titled “The 1975.”

The track features teen climate activist Greta Thunberg’s moving speech overtop of some melodic music.

Now, according to Apple Music, the 22-track album is expected to be released Feb. 21, 2020.

If that wasn’t exciting enough, the band also updated their website with a countdown for a potential new song called, “People.”

Back in May, vocalist Matty Healy dropped what might be a potential teaser for this new track.

Clicking the link in the bottom left corner of the website will allow you to pre-save the forthcoming album.

The band heads off on their fall tour Nov. 16. You can put in your ticket request here, and see a full list of dates below.

Dates:

11/16 – Camden, NJ @ BB&T Pavilion
11/19 – Raleigh, NC @ PNC Arena
11/20 – Greenville, SC @ Bon Secours Wellness Arena
11/26 – New Orleans, LA @ UNO Lakefront Arena
12/01 – Broomfield, CO @ 1STBANK Center

What do you think of the brand new track from the 1975? Are you excited to finally have a release date for Notes on a Conditional Form? Sound off in the comments below!

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Written by Whitney Shoemaker

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