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The 1975 are sharing what look like new lyrics, 'FYI'

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Published: 11:48 am, May 07, 2019
The 1975 are sharing what look like new lyrics, 'FYI'

Yep, our fave buzzmasters the 1975 are at it again, teasing what look like lyrics to a new track.

A new poster, shared via frontman Matty Healy's social media, also features the Music For Cars and 'Notes On A Conditional Form' headers, which suggest it's something from the band's forthcoming album, which is expected to land at some point this summer.

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Given Matty previously suggested we'll be getting the first musical taster from the record around the end of this month / start of next, to tie in with their '1st June' thing-a-ma-jig, it could well be something from a new track we'll be getting hold of quite soon indeed.

Or it could not. Buzz, eh?

You can check out the full post below.

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