The 1975 are yet to follow up last month's single "The Birthday Party", after vocalist Matty Healy confirmed that they would release a new track from their forthcoming album Notes On A Conditional Form every month until the release.

Last month, Healy shared the title of their next single, "If You’re Too Shy (Let Me Know)", but yesterday (25 March), Oborne confirmed that they're putting it on hold "Because we wanted it to come after the next one."

The fan Q+A also saw Oborne confirm that their next single is just "days away (single digits)".

In another response, the label CEO also confirmed they have a new release date for Notes On A Conditional Form, and they'll "be releasing it with track list next week."

Oborne also assured fans that at the moment, The 1975's Finsbury Park show is still going ahead despite the coronavirus pandemic. He added, "we need to wait and see what the government say about live events. Fingers crossed."

As well as sharing news about Notes On A Conditional Form, Oborne also revealed that they could be planning a Drive Like I Do rarities LP. One fan asked, "is there any chance old tracks like "Wolves" will ever get released ?" Oborne replied, "Yes Matty and I are talking about releasing a DLID rarities record. Would you all like that?"

As well as "The Birthday Party", The 1975 have also released "Me & You Together Song", "The 1975", "People", and "Frail State of Mind" from their new LP.

Notes On A Conditional Form will follow on from their 2018 album A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships.

The 1975's Notes On A Conditional Form album is expected to land on 24 April (for now), and is available to pre-order now.