“The 1975” have been one of the breakout bands of the last few years with many fans fearful of the premature end of the band following the revelation singer Matt Healy envisioned the group life as a trilogy of albums. There had also been a large amount of confusion regarding the name of the new album which has been revealed to be one of two the band hopes to bring to the public in the coming months.
Matt Healy has been actively giving interviews and appearing on social media platforms as “The 1975” prepare for the release of their latest album and spoke with Zane Lowe of the NME about the changes the band has recently been going through. Among the major issues, the band has worked through is the major decision of the title of their latest album which will follow the often criticized second album title, “I Like It When you Sleep, For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware Of It.”
Rumors had circulated for a number of months that the band were preparing to release new music and would replicate the title of their third EP, “Music For Cars.” However, whilst speaking to Lowe, Healy stated he had settled on a different title, “A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships.” Perhaps the biggest news for fans of the band was the revelation that the band were already underway writing and recording a second album, “Notes On A Conditional Form.”
During the interview, Matt Healy revealed he was not unhappy with the decision to change his mind about the title of the new album as he feels it is merely an umbrella for the music within. On May 31st, the band released the first track from “A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships” in the form of “Give Yourself A Try.”