Frontman Matty Healy says the band plans to tour until January of 2015, "then go make another record" to hopefully release that September
The 1975 has made the whole of its recorded output -- its self-titled album and four EPs along with some remixes -- available digitally, and frontman Matty Healy says the British quartet is looking forward to adding to that, although probably not for a little while.
"We've been (writing) quite a lot and there's a lot of new music for the next record -- but I'm not supposed to talk about it at the moment," Healy tells Billboard. "We don't even know what it is yet, really. It needs time to become its own thing. We've got a very good idea of what's going on, but that could change, too." Healy notes that the 1975 plans to tour until January of 2015, "then go make another record." The goal, he adds, is to "put out an album two years to the day when we put out the last one -- or at least as close as we can get. So it will come out on a Monday (Tuesday in the U.S.) in September of 2015."
There's certainly life left in "The 1975," of course, which debuted at No. 1 on the U.K. album charts and No. 8 on the Billboard Top Rock Album survey, spitting out singles such as "The City," "Chocolate" and "Girls."