The ‘Love Me’ singer said previously: “The next record’s called ‘Music For Cars’. That’s the title and it references our second EP or our third EP.
The 1975’s third album features a song called ‘Jesus Christ 2005 God Bless America’, frontman Matt Healy confirmed last year.
He took to Instagram to share the start of a playlist on iTunes titled ‘Muse For Cars’, and captioned the post: “The need to start editing.”
It would definitely make sense. Healy told us back in May that they were already working on the next record (the title’s already in place), and has since said that the band plans to release new music in 2017.
It’s going to be called ‘Music For Cars’. Speaking to NME in our recent interview, Healy explained why they’re reusing the name of one the band’s early EP for album three.
The picture clearly shows the song name and the ‘Chocolate’ hitmaker responded to a fan who asked if it was indeed a title, to which he replied: “it is the actual track name yes.”
Matt previously said the new album is “the end of an era”.
He said previously: “The next record’s called ‘Music For Cars’. That’s the title and it references our second EP or our third EP. It’s always been called that and we were always going to do a trilogy of records. I’m not saying that after this record it’s the end of The 1975 but it’s definitely the end of an era.”
Matt also confirmed the band were back in the studio last year.
He wrote on Instagram at the time: “I like it when you sleep is coming to an end … Music For Cars … NOW I will retreat from the world to make Music For Cars. Please keep informing me. I learn so much from our fans and I value you so much x Just music from now on. Informed by you.
The singer also revealed a few more details about the third LP in the band’s planned trilogy. Amid talking about the band’s career trajectory – from getting a record deal to making art personal and discussing artists who make subversive pop music, Healy dropped the news about their upcoming record.