The 1975 have announced “At Their Very Best”, a massive UK and Ireland new tour in January 2023, following the release of their latest single from their new album “Being Funny in a Foreign Language”, a track called “I’m in Love With You”. Their new album Notes on a Conditional Form will be available for purchase on Friday 14 October.
“I’m In Love With You” follows recent releases “Happiness” and “Part Of The Band”, the band’s acclaimed comeback single which Pitchfork praised as “the kind of grand, playful pop song that only this band could pull off”. All three tracks will feature on Being Funny In A Foreign Language, the band’s fifth studio album due to be released in October 2022.
Known for their innovative synth-laden pop-rock, The 1975 formed in 2002 and consist of Matt Healy, Adam Hann, Ross MacDonald and George Daniel. The band’s name comes from a Beat-era book Healy was given at a yard sale. At the bottom of some wild scribblings, he noticed the date “1st June, The 1975”, and it stuck with him.
Following the release of their first EP, Facedown, in 2012, the quartet built up a huge following before releasing their self-titled debut album the following year. The band’s second album, I Like It When You Sleep, For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware of It, came out in 2016 and yielded a trio of hits with Love Me, The Sound and Somebody Else.