The 1975 break silence on next album and tease new song

In a surprise revelation in Birmingham, The 1975's Matty Healy lets fans in on their next album's progress with a snippet of a fresh song.

Matty Healy

The 1975 wrapped up their 2024 UK tour in Birmingham last night with a bit of news that had the crowd buzzing: they’re already knee-deep in creating their next album. On the last night of their ‘Still… At Their Very Best’ tour, frontman Matty Healy shared a snippet of a new song, hinting at the band’s ongoing projects and creative ventures.

Despite previous talks of taking a break from touring, Healy reassured fans that the band was far from taking a long hiatus. Instead, they’re back in the studio, crafting what promises to be another record full of the sound and fury fans have come to love. Healy played a bit of a new track right from his phone, saying, “We’re working on a new record now… we kind of are The 1975.”

This tour has been a mix of heartfelt moments and surprise collaborations, including performances with Healy’s dad, actor Tim Healy, and unexpected shout-outs. With their last studio album, Being Funny In A Foreign Language, receiving accolades for its blend of pop sensibility and introspective lyrics, the anticipation for what’s next from The 1975 is already mounting.

READ MORE: ★★★★☆ The 1975 at Finsbury Park review | Controversial frontman makes the music quell the criticisms

As the band heads off to Europe for the next leg of their tour, concluding in Amsterdam on March 24, fans are left eager for more. With the promise of new music on the horizon, The 1975 continue to evolve – and shock!

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