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Watch: The 1975's Matty Healy has been playing 'Notes On A Conditional Form' cut 'Jesus christ 2005 god bless america' in the US

Check out the intimate, acoustic track as performed at some small US radio 'thingys'.
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Published: 8:20 am, April 18, 2019
Watch: The 1975's Matty Healy has been playing 'Notes On A Conditional Form' cut 'Jesus christ 2005 god bless america' in the US

As 1st June - international the 1975 buzz day - approaches, noise around the 1975 is starting to increase in volume. While we dust down our notepads full of theories and mainline caffeine ready to go again, it's worth an update on what's been going down over recent days.

You'll probably have already noticed frontman Matty Healy teasing the second part of their 'Music For Cars' album duology 'Notes On A Conditional Form' on social media over the weekend, with some snazzy new artwork, but that's not all that's been going down.

Currently over in the states, the band have also been doing the circuits on the multitude of influential radio stations that have to be kept onside to maintain that sweet, sweet airplay. As part of it, there's been a few mini show 'thingys' and 'sessions', at which Matty has been airing a taster of the new record, 'Jesus christ 2005 god bless america'. A track that's been buzzing about for a while, he's previously teased it on Instagram, 'FYI', but you can check out recordings of the new performances below.

A short while ago, Matty suggested we'd be getting the first official taster of 'Notes...' in just over a month. It's only a matter of days away from the anniversary of when the 1975 kicked off their promo for last year's album 'A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships', so keep those eyes open. We're in the endgame now, Dear Reader.

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