Wake Up, The 1975 Fans. After months without new music, it might finally be time to drop the group's next album, Notes on a Conditional Form . What is this new album and era? When will Matty Healy premiere the first song? We know the following about the upcoming chapter of the 1975 "Music for Cars" saga.
North America Tour dates added in 1975 for November 2019
Even though it seems like The 1975 did not release any music forever, this band is always on the move. The group plays with Coachella, performs in James Corden's late-night show and tours around the world. Matty Healy posts frequently on social media. Recently, The 1975 has announced tour dates in Europe, North America, Australia, New Zealand and Asia.
In addition, The 1975 was nominated for the MTV Video Music Award "Best Rock" for the music video "Love It If We Made It". They share the category with well-known artists like Fall Out Boy, Imagine Dragons and Twenty One Pilots.
The 1975s disabled their social media accounts when they sent an email to the fans.
If you're looking for 1975's social media accounts, you're unlucky. Recently, the group deleted their Twitter, Instagram and Facebook pages. This instance is not the first time The 1975 has disabled their social media accounts.
In fact, it stands practically before any album and marks the beginning of a "new era" for the group. First it was the black and white era, then the bubblegum pink pop era, then the era of white with bold, bright colors – some fans are wondering what's next for this alternative rock band and when new music is coming.
The social The deactivation of the media was the first indication of the group. Then some fans noticed a cryptic message on Spotify. In one of the playlists of The 1975 was a quote from Greta Thunberg: "It's time to rebel."
"So August 17th was the & # 39; release date, but 3X wakeup, three weeks and three days before the day? Disabled Swedish for 'Rise at Dawn' accounts? I smell something boiling, guys, "said a Twitter user .
What is "Notes on a Conditional Form?"
A few months ago, The 1975 announced a two-part album titled "Music for Cars. Some believe this is an allusion to the group's first EP of the same title . However, this new era and these new albums are about technology and a more in-depth, more analytical, self-confident version of the band – especially frontman Matty Healy.
The first chapter of "Music for Cars" was premiered on November 30, 2018 under the title A Brief Investigation of Online Relations . This album contains 15 songs, including "I Like America & America Likes Me," which the band recently performed live on The Late Late Show with James Corden . The second chapter of "Music for Cars" bears the official title Comments on a conditional form. Although not much is known about this album, Matty Healy hinted at a possible single release in August 2019. The main music streaming platforms.