The 1975 announce new "UK-sounding" album, cites Burial and The Streets as influences

The 1975 announce new "UK-sounding" album, cites Burial and The Streets as influences

The 1975's next record is coming sooner than you think. 

While the band released its latest studio album A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships on 30 November 2018, it has been revealed that the band is already working on its fourth release, Notes On A Conditional Form. The upcoming album is currently being targeted for a summer 2019 release and is said to draw inspiration from British bands such as Burial and The Streets

The band is also allegedly recording the album in London. As NME reports via Q Magazine, frontman Matt Healy said of the new record: “It’s really deconstructed. There’s some quippy lyrical bits that will make up a narrative. I don’t want to compare ‘A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships’ and this too much, because they are two completely different times.” Healy has also hinted that the album will take on a darker tone than A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships. 

Check out our interview with Matt Healy here

The 1975 is set to perform live in Singapore on Monday, September 16 2019, at the Star Theatre, from 8pm onwards. Tickets, $88, $108, $128 (excluding $4 APACTix booking fee) are now available from apactix.