Following their return announcement of not one, but two upcoming albums, as well as their most recent single "Give Yourself A Try", The 1975 have been laying a little low.

Today they've debuted their new track, "Love It If We Made It", with Zane Lowe on his Apple Music Beats 1 show.

Matty Healy makes some interesting references in their new track, including a small ode to the late Lil Peep, "Rest in peace Lil Peep/The poetry is in the streets". Lil Peep was a US rapper who died in 2017.

Another of his references is Donald Trump's tweet to Kanye West when the rapper revealed his support for Trump, “Excited to be indicted/Unrequited/House with seven pools/Thank you, Kanye, very cool”.

The group announced their first of two albums, A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships, at the same time as earlier single "Give Yourself A Try". The first album is due to arrive later this year in October.

"Love It If We Made It" is available now. A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships is due October 2018, and fourth album Notes on a Conditional Form is due in May 2019.