Over the past few years,The 1975 has been a big player in the music scene and for the hype around their new album, A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships, is real.
With the album, the band has announced both a UK/Ireland, and North American tour along with European dates to commence in Spring of 2019; the full album will be released on November 30th, 2018 via Dirty Hit and Polydor Records.
The album is available for pre-order online at this official link here and at Target; otherwise stream the YouTube audio singles below or on Itunes/Spotify.
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The 1975 | "It's Not Living (If it's Not With You)" | 'A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships' | 2018
A fan favorite of the album already is "It’s Not Living (If It’s Not With You):"
At first listen, "It’s Not Living (If It’s Not With You)" definitely catches my interest and I can’t wait for the full album to be released. As someone who is new to the 1975 and who’s always looking for new music, this is definitely a release I'm anticipating.
This single, published on October 18th, 2018 has already gathered 1M+ views; showing the dedication of the 1975 fans. The song has no doubt been on repeat across their international audience.
In the end, with a band as electic and talented as the 1975, it’s going to be fun seeing what journey this new album takes the band and fans alike.
The 1975 North American tour in support of the new album kicks off Spring of 2019 on March 20th; the very first tour date will commence in Guadalajara, Mexico. The North America tour will run until June 3rd, 2019 with the last stage in Toronto, Ontario. Visit: the1975.com/northamerica for tickets and further information.
Dave Stephens made the announcement in a recent interview with Kerrang! following a tribute show for Kyle Pavone.
The band recently finished touring with Bullet For My Valentine amidst the devastating loss of the late vocalist and will not take the much needed off-time to process the past few months. “I think as of now, we need some time to navigate our grief,” says Stephen.
Pavone passed away on August 25 from an accidental overdose. WCAR has since set up the Kyle Pavone Foundation to honor the late singer’s life. As for the future of the group, vocalist Dave Stephens says that the band has no plans on ever replacing Pavone.
“We wrote those songs together and they’re still my songs as well, but it’s weird even for me singing his parts,” he says. “I’m sure it’s kind of strange to the fans and the band, but I can’t imagine how much more strange it would be to have someone else singing them permanently. We don’t ever want to add another member again, and at this point, we’re closer than ever. We wanna do our best to honour [him] and make him proud but never replace him. He definitely won’t be forgotten.”
There are multiple ways to support the foundation. To donate to the Kyle Pavone Foundation, you can do so by donating a specified amount on the site, texting “Support KYLE” to 20222, or you can send checks or money orders to the following:
The Kyle Pavone Foundation/BCCF
32 West Michigan Ave. Suite 1
Battle Creek Michigan 49017