'Fans consume a lot of music': Dirty Hit's Jamie Oborne talks new 1975 LP

Ben Homewood

Just over six months on from releasing their third album, The 1975 are currently preparing to bring out their fourth record.

Following on from November’s chart-topping 15-song A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships, the band’s manager at All On Red and boss of their Dirty Hit label, Jamie Oborne, has told Music Week that they are still on track to premiere music from their next record – provisionally titled Notes On A Conditional Form by frontman Matthew Healy – in ...

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