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The 1975 share poignant new single ‘Guys’

The 1975 have shared yet another new single with ‘Guys’, a song taken from their delayed but upcoming fourth album Notes On A Conditional Form.

The highly-anticipated record is due to be released on May 22nd. ‘Guys’ comes after the band previously shared ‘If You’re Too Shy (Let Me Know)’ which followed ‘Me & You Together Song’, ‘The Birthday Party’, ‘People’, and the Phoebe Bridgers-featuring ‘Jesus Christ 2005 God Bless America’.

Matty Healy spoke to Zane Lowe and had this to say about the new release: “It came quite easy, that song, but I think I just wanted to write a love letter to friendship, as opposed to every love song being about our romantic relationships. I think that our friendships are obviously our most formative relationships.” He added, “So shout out to the homies.”

Last week, as part of a special 1975 themed event hosted by The Face, saw Phoebe Bridgers covering ‘Girls’, Clairo also covered ‘Robbers’, Rina Sawayama’s treated fans to a version of ‘Love It If We Made It’ meanwhile Beabadoobee’s performed ‘Milk’.

Gracie Abrams, Cavetown, and Pales Waves also took part in proceedings.

The 1975 have also been forced to postpone their huge outdoor show at London’s Finsbury Park. The concert, which was due to take place on 11th July with a huge line-up set to support the indie-pop juggernauts, has now been moved to on July 10 next year.

Stream ‘Guys’ below.

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