The 1975 has revealed ‘If you’re too shy (Let me Know)’, to be their next single. Frontman Matty Healy confirmed the news on Twitter. The track was described by NME as “a horn driven uptempo bop”. Recently, The 1975 gave the track an official premiere alongside ‘Guys’ during the opening night of their UK Tour.
The opening night saw them perform in Nottingham, (February 15). You can check out Matty’s tweet below.
‘If you’re too shy (Let me Know)’ is up next
— (@Truman_Black) February 27, 2020
The 1975 were recently announced as headliners for the Boardmasters 2020 festival. Skepta and American rock band Kings Of Leon will also be headlining. The festival runs from August 5-9 at Fistral Beach and Watergate Bay in Newquay, Cornwall.
Skepta performs on Friday, followed by Kings Of Leon on Saturday, before The 1975 round off the proceedings on Sunday. Other acts scheduled for the Cornwall festival include Little Simz, Dizzee Rascal, Mura Masa, Sam Fender, and The Kooks. Indie acts Mabel and Loyle Carner are also billed.
The previous two singles released from their fourth record, succeeding the critically acclaimed A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships, include the self-titled ‘The 1975′, which features a monologue from Swedish climate change campaigner Greta Thunberg.
“For this brand new version of the track, Matty Healy and George Daniel travelled to Sweden to meet with Thunberg in person, recording this brand new, emotive speech that not just shows why she’s become the world’s leading voice on climate change, but challenges listeners to rebel against the establishment.”
The 1975 has subsequently released ‘Frail State Of Mind’, ‘Me & You Together Song’, and just last week, ‘The Birthday Party’. Their fourth album, ‘Notes On A Conditional Form’ is due out on April 24, following a delay to complete production.