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February 2020
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Is this the new release date for The 1975's 'Notes On A Conditional Form'?

According to Apple Music, it's moved back to 24th April 2020.
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Published: 1:30 pm, January 13, 2020
Is this the new release date for The 1975's 'Notes On A Conditional Form'?

If Apple Music is to be believed, we've got a new release date for The 1975's new album.

'Notes On A Conditional Form', the second part of the 'Music For Cars' era-or-whatever-we-call-it-now and follow up to 2018's 'A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships', was originally mooted to arrive on 21st February.

However, because of touring and other commitments, the band have been hard at work completing it over the festive period, pulling a bunch of European dates in the process. That meant a push back on the date was always likely.

Now, with new track 'Me & You Together Song' set to drop on Thursday (16th January), the Apple Music listing for 'Notes On A Conditional Form' has been updated with a new release date of 24th April 2020, and fresh artwork.

There's no confirmation as to if either of these updates are 'official', but given the size of the platform, it would be a surprise if that wasn't the case.

You can check out the new info in the image below.

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