The 1975 drop “TooTimeTooTimeTooTime” about unfaithful relationships
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From their highly anticipated third studio album, the 1975 just dropped “TooTimeTooTimeTooTime.” After premiering the track on BBC Radio 1 with Annie Mac, we can’t get enough.

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With their last track “Love It If We Made It,” the electro-pop band talked of themes relevant in pop culture today, such as the death of young rappers, the current political climate and various online personas of celebrities. Before that, the band released “Give Yourself A Try.”

However, the band’s latest track is much simpler. “TooTimeTooTimeTooTime” follows a fun, poppy melody about flirty and unfaithful relationships in the digital age. Check it out below!


“TooTimeTooTimeTooTime” is the third single the band have released in preparation for their upcoming album A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships. After that record, the band have plans to release yet another full-length album titled Notes On A Conditional Form.

After not hearing new music from the band since their 2016 release I like it when you sleep, for you are so beautiful yet so unaware of it, releasing two new albums seems like a good plan to us.

You can also pick up your own digital download of “TooTimeTooTimeTooTime” here. A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships is due out in October via Dirty Hit/Interscope.

What do you think of the 1975’s latest track? Let us know in the comments below!