MATTY HEALY Says New THE 1975 Album Will Feature 15 New Tracks

Camille Santos

Posted at July 20, 2018

Calm down, fans of The 1975! Indeed, a new era is upon us, and in celebration, frontman Matty Healy generously revealed that the new album, A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships, will carry 13 more tracks aside from the previously-released singles "Give Yourself A Try" and "Love It If We Made It." That means there'll be a total of 15 songs that we’ll all be spinning come October.

Aside from this exciting news, Matty announced days ago that the indie rock band will be moving to Los Angeles in two weeks to start recording the other album, Notes On a Conditional Form, and said that "by the time we play our first show in January there will be two whole The 1975 albums that will have never been played before."


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Until then, give their latest single "Love It If We Made It" a listen below. The song pays tribute to late rappers Lil Peep and XXXTentacion, and also references the online imagery of Donald Trump and Kanye West.

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