Thank you Matty, very cool! The 1975 to release new single ‘Sincerity Is Scary’ this week

The 1975 to release new single ‘Sincerity Is Scary’ this week

The band announced full details of third album ‘A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships’ this week.

The 1975 revealed full details of their third album third album ‘A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships’ this week, along with UK tour dates.

They’ve now revealed that the fourth song from the record - ‘Sincerity Is Scary’ - will come out on Thursday (13th September), premiering as Zane Lowe’s World Record on Beats 1.

The song will follow ‘Give Yourself A Try’‘Love It If We Made It’ and most recently ‘TOOTIMETOOTIMETOOTIME’ in previewing the band’s new record, which comes out on 30th November.

View the tracklisting for ‘A Brief Inquiry…’ and view their UK dates (also featuring Pale Waves and No Rome) below.

01 The 1975
02 Give Yourself a Try
03 TOOTIMETOOTIMETOOTIME
04 How to Draw / Petrichor
05 Love It If We Made It
06 Be My Mistake
07 Sincerity Is Scary
08 I Like America & America Likes Me
09 The Man Who Married a Robot / Love Theme
10 Inside Your Mind
11 It’s Not Living If It’s Not With You
12 Surrounded by Heads and Bodies
13 Mine
14 I Couldn’t Be More in Love
15 I Always Wanna Die (Sometimes)

JANUARY
09 Belfast, SSE Arena
12 Glasgow, SSE Hydro
14 Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
16 Brighton, Centre
18 London, The O2
21 Exeter, Westpoint
23 Birmingham, Arena
24 Manchester, Arena
25 Sheffield, FlyDSA Arena

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