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It looks like The 1975 might be about to drop a new EP

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Published: 12:14 pm, November 06, 2017
It looks like The 1975 might be about to drop a new EP
The 1975’s Matty Healy has dropped a couple of Twitter hints that the band’s next batch of new material won’t be much gossiped about new album ‘Music For Cars’ after all.

“Okay - one more EP,” the frontman Tweeted on Sunday (5th November), before going on to reference a much-used lyric that's pretty much their catchphrase at this point: “What A Shame - The EP”.

It’s not huge surprise, of course - speaking to Dork at the end of 2016 after another batch of teaser Tweets and new material rumours, Matty revealed:

“There will be something [out in 2017] but that was me slightly pissed and being honest with myself about how impatient I am. There’s not going to be another album next year because we all know how seriously I take our albums, but I think we’ll put out a piece of music.

“I just know we’ll definitely put out a single next year or an EP which will lead up to the album which I reckon will come out early summer 2018, and it’ll be really sad but it’ll change the world ‘cause it’ll be fucking sick. There’s a quote for you.”

Read the full interview in the December 2016/January 2017 issue of Dork, and a bit more about ‘Music For Cars’ here.




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