The 1975 releases brand new song called “The 1975” and shares new album details

After deleting their social media accounts early this week, Matty Healy and company are back online and released a new song called “The 1975,” which is available now for digital download. The track features a speech given by teenage Swedish climate change activist Greta Thunberg, who’s been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize.

1975-greta-Thunberg-BBC“The 1975” will be the opening track off The 1975’s upcoming album Notes on a Conditional Form. Each one of the English group’s four album albums open with a song called “The 1975.”

Speaking of Notes on a Conditional Form, the follow-up to 2018’s A Brief Inquiry into Online Relationships now has an official release date: February 21, 2020. The album also features a song called “People,” which is forthcoming.

In even more The 1975 news, A Brief Inquiry has made the shortlist the 2019 Mercury Prize. The prestigious U.K. award honors the year’s best album from a British or Irish artist.

This year’s shortlist also includes Foals’ Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost — Part 1. The 2019 Mercury Prize winner will be revealed September 19 during a ceremony in London.

courtesy of ABC Radio News



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