English band “The 1975” is set to release their upcoming studio album “A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships” on Nov. 30.
The album’s cover art was officially revealed on the band’s Twitter account in early October. The band’s first two album covers, “The 1975” and “I like it when you sleep, for you are so beautiful yet so unaware of it,” were essentially the same design: a sign set up against a solid colored wall that had “The 1975” written on it. This was similar for both albums except for the fact that the first album cover was a dominant black and the second was a mostly white. With this album cover, however, they strayed away from their original design, showing a white cover, this time with specs of various colors throughout it.
The album will include previously released singles such as “Love It If We Made It,” “Give Yourself A Try” and “TooTimeTooTimeTooTime.”
Along with this new album, The 1975 is rumored to release another record in May 2019, titled “Notes On A Conditional Form,” according to statements given in an interview Sept. 10.
Speaking of rumors, “A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships” was first set to be titled “Music For Cars” because of the bands love for Brian Eno, a multi-genre English musician. The title “Music For Cars” would be referencing Eno’s hit single “Music for Airplanes.” The band is yet to comment as to why they decided to change the title. Fans are suspecting it’s because this album and the one rumored to be released in May are going to correspond with one another in some way.
Fans can expect the full album to come out on all music services Thursday, Nov. 29 at 11 p.m. central time.
Pre-order the album here.