The 1975 release new song with Phoebe Bridgers
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Matty Healy and Phoebe Bridgers duet on The 1975’s new song ‘Jesus Christ 2005 God Bless America’

The 1975 have shared their sixth effort from new album Notes on a Conditional Form and this one comes complete with a duet between Matty Healy and Phoebe Bridgers. Listen below to ‘Jesus Christ 2005 God Bless America’.

Recently Healy and co. have announced the new album (after a few delays) will arrive in May. For the fans hoping for a reprieve from the doldrums of indoor life, if only for an album’s worth of time who can’t wait that, the band have shared the latest cut of the new record to tide you over.

The new song ‘Jesus Christ 2005 God Bless America’ comes after the band have already shared a heap of single form the new album including ‘The 1975,’ ‘People,’ ‘Frail State of Mind,’ ‘Me & You Together Song,’ and ‘The Birthday Party.’

The new album, which follows last LP A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships, is set to arrive on May 22nd, and judging by this release, will be one of the band’s rawest cuts yet.

The song is delicate and fragile, allowing Healy’s vocals to find new heights of intricacy. Meanwhile Phoebe Bridgers expert vocal showcases once again why she’s in such hot demand.

The real beauty of the song though comes from these gilded vocals being married with some sardonic and idiosyncratic lyrics which reek of existential adolescence. It’s a joyous mix.

Listen below to ‘Jesus Christ 2005 God Bless America’ from the 1975 and Phoebe Bridgers.

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