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The follow-up to U.K. pop band the 1975’s long-winded, sprawling i like it when you sleep, for you are so beautiful yet so unaware of it is coming soon—in fact, two follow-ups are promised within the next year. The band’s ambitious plan is to release two albums, one towards the end of 2018 and one in 2019, as part of an “umbrella” known as Music for Cars. The first half of the project is titled A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships, while the second is called Notes on a Conditional Form. As yet, there are no confirmed track lists, release dates, or album art, but there are a whole lot of teases. Here’s everything we know so far about the 1975’s new music.
Music for Cars isn’t just one album

Music for Cars was originally the title of a 2013 EP featuring the 1975’s breakthrough song “Chocolate,” so the new project makes a kind of full-circle sense. In the past, frontman Matt Healy indicated his plan to release just three proper 1975 albums: 2013’s self-titled, 2016’s i like it when you sleep…, and culminating full-length Music for Cars. But as he started working on the would-be final album, per a recent BBC Radio interview, his “drive for music… kicked in at such a rate, I thought, ‘Well I’m not gonna stop doing the 1975 now, I’m not gonna do three albums, I’m going to do loads of albums.’ Not so many that we spoil it, but I’m not stopping making records because I just couldn’t bear the idea of it.” Ergo, Music for Cars transformed from a single project to a whole “era” of music.

There’s also a business rationale behind the double-album project. As 1975 manager and Dirty Hit Records owner Jamie Oborne explained to MusicWeek: “Very early on, [Matt] noted that the promotional window on music is shorter than ever, and the time that people consume it is infinite… If we have a tour cycle that’s going to last 18 months to two years, we have to release two records in the time that we would have previously have released one.”

First album A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships is about just that

True to the 1975’s genre-hopping spirit, first album A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships touches on topics including communication (or lack thereof), addiction in the modern age, and holding onto meaning and love in a constantly shifting, technologically mediated world. It’s about “growing up and taking hold of your shit,” as Healy put it in an interview with Zane Lowe. Another thorough-line is honesty: “What I always used to do is that I’d have a song that would be a romantic song, and there would be a bit where you would think, ‘Okay, here comes the really sentimental bit,’ and then I’d say something irreverent,” Healy said in the same interview. “I’ve done that my whole life [because] it’s easier to be ironic than it is to be a person… I’ve kind of embraced sincerity and embraced these kinds of things that make you feel awkward, and it’s resulted in what the record is like.” Fittingly, one track title confirmed in the Lowe interview is “Sincerity Is Scary.”
First single “Give Yourself a Try” was released in June

We’ve already heard Relationships’ noisy first single “Give Yourself a Try,” which the band engineered and produced themselves. They also released a video for the song, featuring Healy with his hair dyed flaming red. In an interview with Radio X, Healy described “Give Yourself a Try” as a song about “searching for… truth in things that you thought were going to provide you the answer.” And speaking to DIY, he discussed the song in relation to his own stint in rehab for heroin (“I didn’t wanna make a record as a fucking junkie. Who wants to hear that?”) and the decision to include the line, “You’ll make a lot of money, and it’s funny / ‘Cause you’ll move somewhere sunny and get addicted to drugs”: “If you’re gonna care as much as you do with all this pretentious fucking bullshit and all these campaigns, then let’s do it then. Let’s make this exchange really honest and I will, as a fan, give myself to you and not judge you if you just tell me the truth.”

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