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Inside the 1975’S Two-Album Campaign

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  1. Melody Bot

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    The 1975’s manager, Jamie Osborne, sat down with Music Week to talk about the band and their upcoming plans:


    “We’re doing things a little bit differently in this campaign,” Oborne said. “Very early on, Matthew [Healy, frontman] noted that the promotional window on music is shorter than ever, and the time that people consume it is infinite.

    “He felt very strongly that, 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.”

    Dirty Hit will release A Brief Enquiry Into Online Relationships in Q4, and Notes On A Conditional Form in Spring 2019, with the backing of its joint venture with Polydor.

     
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  2. paythetab

    Chorus.FM Album Reviewer (Adam Grundy) Supporter

    Hopefully there will be a tad more depth to the lyrics than what Matt Healy just posted here...[​IMG]

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  3. WastedWeeks

    Newbie

    Everyone seems to know the score
    They’ve seen it all before
     
  4. oneeightytwo

    Regular

    Why do you even need more depth than that?
     
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  5. jjnunn118

    Signal Vs. Noise Prestigious

    Probably gonna be the best song on the album let's be real
     
  6. Iamhollywood315

    Regular

    The single was god awful hopefully they have some more musical substance on this record that’s not all vocal driven
     
  7. cosmickid

    Composer, but never composed.

    Is this the first time they've mentioned the second (fourth) album's title? Haven't heard it before
     
  8. smowashere

    Trusted

    The first single was fantastic and I am so incredibly excited to hear more and see how this mega-cycle unfolds.
     
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  9. Daniel182

    Let's hold our breath until we disappear

    They mentioned it on May 31 when Give Yourself a Try premiered.
     
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  10. Bryan Diem

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    I can't tell if this is sarcasm or not so good one you've bested me
     
  11. zachmacD

    Trusted

    I would've thought that their albums sold more than that. less than a million total for both albums seems low