Indulge Your Senses In THE 1975's Fourth Album 'Notes On A Conditional Form'
After a series of delays, The 1975's fourth studio album Notes On A Conditional Form has finally arrived.
Made last year while the band was on tour, the album was originally slated for a February 21 release. It was pushed back to April 24 then moved again to May 22.
Listening to the new The 1975 album is such an enthralling experience. The 22-track record is a mix of ambient noise, orchestrated strings, gospel choir backings, electronic pop, punk rock, and of course, that sonically pleasing and glittery 80s vibe that they're known for.
It also features the voices of FKA Twigs in “If You’re Too Shy (Let Me Know), and “What Should I Say”, Matty Healy’s dad Tim Healy on “Don’t Worry”, and Phoebe Bridgers on "Jesus Christ 2005 God Bless America”. Kicking things off is “The 1975” which features the speech of teen activist Greta Thunberg on climate change.
NOACF easily reached #1 on US iTunes hours after its release. And yup, the Manchester quartet's manager Jamie Oborne is just so proud.
🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 https://t.co/KsoKZi5anF— Jamie Oborne (@jamieoborne) May 22, 2020
Stream Notes On A Conditional Form by The 1975 below:
And if you wanna join the global listening party of this brand new album, stay up later at 2am, Filipino fans!
The band also dropped a really sentimental music video for the last song in the record, “Guys”. Watch it here: