The 1975 have dropped their latest album Being Funny In A Foreign Language
Being Funny In A Foreign Language has 11 songs, including singles Happiness, I’m In Love With You, and All I Need to Hear
and live on Freeview channel 276
The 1975 dropped their latest album, Being Funny In A Foreign Language on 14 October 2022.
The Cheshire pop band have been teasing their long-anticipated fifth studio album since last year.
Three months ago, they announced the album would drop in October, following the release of single Part Of The Band on July 7.
Being Funny In A Foreign Language has 11 songs, including singles Happiness, I’m In Love With You, and All I Need to Hear.
Music videos for all three have since been released.
The 1975 is made up of four members; lead vocalist and guitarist Matty Healy, lead guitarist Adam Hann, bassist Ross MacDonald, and drummer George Daniel.
Matty and George wrote all 11 songs on the album, as well as produced the album alongside Jack Antonoff.
The first track on the album is titled The 1975, the same as their last four albums.
Next month, The 1975 kick off their 28-show North America tour, visiting Nashville, California, Denver, Chicago, Las Vegas, Austin, Toronto and more.
14 of their shows are now sold out, including New York’s Madison Square Garden which has a capacity of over 20,000.
The At Their Very Best tour finishes in Pittsburgh in early December, and less than a month later their 16-show tour of the UK and Ireland begins in Brighton.
They will visit London, Cardiff, Glasgow, Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds, Dublin and Belfast.
In April, they will continue the At Their Very Best tour in Australia, New Zealand and Japan.
The 1975 released their debut album, which was named after the band, in September 2013.
The pop group then released I Like It When You Sleep, for You Are So Beautiful yet So Unaware of It in 2016, A Brief Inquiry into Online Relationships in 2018, and Notes on a Conditional Form in 2020.
They have won 11 awards from 44 nominations, including three Brit Awards, two NME awards, and one BBC Music Award.