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Are The 1975 hinting at a new single??

The band's new album ‘Notes on a Conditional Form’ is 'on the way'.
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Published: 5:10 pm, July 23, 2019
Are The 1975 hinting at a new single??

Dirty Hit have posted another one of their The 1975 teaser posters to Twitter.

The band - who are currently working towards the second album in their Music For Cars series, ‘Notes on a Conditional Form’ - aren’t giving much away, however.

The image features the phrase “Wake Up! Wake Up! Wake Up!”, and the album’s title in various different languages. Could this be the title of a new single? Lyrics? Tour destinations? No idea, m8. Theories on a postcard, please.

Catch The 1975 headlining Reading & Leeds next month, alongside Twenty One Pilots, Foo Fighters and Post Malone.

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