Calling all The 1975 fans!
Twitter has erupted this morning as The 1975 has broken its long hiatus on social media.
The Manchester band has changed their band logo it seems, gone is the slick font that fans of the band are used to and in comes a bold blue logo.
The band, fronted by Matty Healy, completed their "first saga" of albums, with 2020's "Notes On A Conditional Form" featuring the country feel of Roadkill and The Birthday Party and the fan fav If You're Too Shy (Let Me Know).
In interviews after the release of Notes, Matty Healy explained that it was the closing of the band's first four albums, and the band might return to their roots, Drive Like I Do.
However, that never happened. Today, the band has all updated their individual profile pics on Instagram, while the band's website has also updated, with new imagery.
At the bottom of the page, it says, "Sign Up For Album 5 News First"
One of the band's several fan accounts has also tweeted what looks like an advert for a new album.
In the poster, you can see Matty Healy, and the text "The 1975, 7th July."
NEW MUSIC INCOMING pic.twitter.com/YzmUsIhi1O
— The 1975 (@The1975Updates) June 1, 2022
Are you excited about some new The 1975 music?
Image: Jordan Curtis Hughes