Phoebe Bridgers and The 1975 team up for new single Jesus Christ 2005 God Bless America

Taken from the band’s upcoming Notes on a Conditional Form LP

Phoebe Bridgers and Matt Healy of The 1975

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The 1975 have teamed up with singer-songwriter Phoebe Bridgers for their latest single, the intriguingly-titled Jesus Christ 2005 God Bless America. Take a listen below.

The single is taken from The 1975’s upcoming LP Notes on a Conditional Form. The record was recently re-announced, after having seen several other delays and name-changes. After the band announced their 2018 album, A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships, frontman Matt Healy noted that it would be part of a series of two albums consisting of Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships and then a follow-up LP coming in May 2019.

However, this follow-up didn’t see a single until July 2019, after which the band pushed the release back to February 2020. After this, an April date and a new album cover was announced, followed by a return to the first cover. Now, with the (most likely final) release date in place, the cover has once again been changed.

Read our interview with Bridgers, where we chat to her about what got her interested in music, as well awkward encounters with condescending sales staff.

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