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The 1975 have debuted their brand new track, 'The Birthday Party'

The latest taster of 'Notes on a Conditional Form' has arrived.
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Published: 5:00 pm, February 19, 2020
The 1975 have debuted their brand new track, 'The Birthday Party'

The 1975 have debuted their brand new track, 'The Birthday Party'.

The latest taster from the band's forthcoming fourth album 'Notes on a Conditional Form', it was given a first spin as Zane Lowe's World Record on Beats 1. A video for the track will arrive at 6pm this evening.

It follows up on the previously revealed 'Me & You Together Song', 'Frail State of Mind', 'People' and the latest version of the band's album opening theme 'The 1975' in previewing 'Notes...'. We've also heard two further songs live, 'If You're Too Shy (Let Me Know)' and 'Guys'.

An acoustic, winding track dealing with the over-saturation of modern living, it'll be debuted live at tonight's (19th February) show in Bournemouth for the first time.

You can check out 'The Birthday Party' below, and check back at 6pm for the full video. Spoiler alert: it's really quite something. 'Notes on a Conditional Form' is set for release on 24th April.

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