1975: 10 Songs You Need To Hear Before Their New Album Drops

Ten tracks to wet your appetite for "Notes On A Conditional Form"


The 1975 are nothing short of a phenomenon.

From humble beginnings - well, not that humble, as Matty Healy is the son of two successful actors - to international chart-topping sensations, the group are set to release their fourth studio album, Notes On A Conditional Form.

The band's image and musical style has changed many times since their first major release in 2013. From your bog-standard indie dreamboys to satire-infused political rants, their music has been all over the place and back again and their fans have lapped it up.

The release of this new album has been plagued with delayed releases, cover art changes, and the small matter of a global pandemic, but, by all accounts, it's just as good as the rest.

With Notes finally coming out this month (hopefully), there's still time to educate yourself on this generation's most captivating band. We've tried to give you a varied spread of songs from across the band's three existing albums; singles, album tracks, and some songs that will make you go "I liked that, but what the hell was it?".

Let's begin, shall we?

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