The 1975’s manager has teased the band’s return on social media.
The 1975 have spent the majority of the last year working on their third record and follow up to ‘I Like It When You Sleep, for You Are So Beautiful yet So Unaware of It’ (ILIWYS). The band have previously announced that the record will share the name of their 2013 EP, ‘Music For Cars’, which was name after their love for Brian Eno.
Having recently told fans that tour news would follow in the summer, the Manchester quartet’s manager Jamie Oborne has revealed that the band will first share sounds from their third record in the UK. Answering fans questions on Twitter, he announced that there would be “...no surprises” and “[the] next show will be a fully planned spectacle”.
Recently, the 1975’s socials were deleted back to mid-July when they celebrated the end of their ILIWYS album campaign with a headline set at Latitude Festival.
With a playlist following of over 20.8m, features on 297 influential playlists, over 4.6 monthly listeners and 2.1m direct followers on Spotify, The 1975 are quickly becoming a band of the generation.
‘Music For Cars’ is “not finished”, but is expected at some point in 2018.