Frontman Matty Healy teases The 1975’s forthcoming album ‘Notes On A Conditional Form’

Healy says that the record is set to be 'emo'

Following 2018’s A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships, The 1975 frontman Matty Healy has teased details and artwork for the British indie pop band’s forthcoming album, Notes On A Conditional Form.

In an interview with Q, The 1975 had already teased that their upcoming fourth studio album is set to have more of a British influence from musicians like The Streets and Burial. Now, Healy has revealed that the record is set to be somewhat “emo.”
 


“I’m an active emo man I suppose I’d call myself,” Healy explained to ALT 494. “I think that bands when they get to a stage that maybe we’re in they wanna kind of graduate into being like a massive rock band whereas we wanna graduate like into being a small emo band, if you know what I mean.”

Check out the full interview below.
 


 
After taking to the stage at Coachella, Healy even Tweeted out a teaser of the album’s artwork, which you can see below.