Originally set to kick off at the beginning of the year, The 1975 have announced today (11th December) that due to needing time to finish recording their upcoming fourth album, ‘Notes On A Conditional Form’, they’ll be rescheduling their European 2020 tour dates for October.
Their forthcoming record is set to land on 21st February with a UK and Ireland tour beginning on the 15th, but as of the moment, those dates haven’t changed.
A whopping 22 tracks long, speaking to us for our November 2019 cover feature Matty told us the goss on the currently completed tracks for ‘NOACF’ - Greta Thunberg featuring ‘The 1975’, ‘People’, ‘Frail State of Mind’, ‘The Birthday Party’, ‘Then Because She Goes’, ‘Something You Should Know’, the one centred around a Shabba Ranks sample, and ‘It’s More That I’m Bored Than I Actually Want To Kill Myself (Or Something)’ - while current mid-set synth storm ‘Depth’ and ‘Jesus Christ 2005 God Bless America’ are circulating online and suspected to pop up on the completed track list.
See the statement from the band and the rescheduled dates below.
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