It looks like The 1975's new album 'Notes on a Conditional Form' may be about to change its release date again.
According to fans at the band's Liverpool date at the city's M&S Bank Arena, frontman Matty Healy announced from the stage the record would be delayed for "a couple of weeks" because he intends to keep writing more stuff.
"Matty said tonight the album is going to be pushed back by a couple of weeks," writes popular fan account @The1975_Tour, who were present at the show. "They want it to be the best it can be and they're still writing stuff."
Matty said tonight the album is gonna be pushed back by a couple of weeks. They want it to be the best it can be and they’re still writing stuff. #The1975— The 1975 On Tour (@The1975_Tour) February 26, 2020
There's no official update from the band yet - with the release of 'Notes...' currently scheduled for 24th April. The 1975 are in the middle of their UK tour, and have promised a new track every month leading up to the record. Last week, they delivered the weirdly wonderful 'The Birthday Party', with fans already clambering to get a studio version of another new track, 'If You're Too Shy (Let Me Know)', which has been going down a storm at recent gigs.