The 1975 Release Jazzy New Single "Sincerity Is Scary"

Earlier this week, The 1975 announced that their upcoming album A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships is slated for a November 30 release, and on Thursday (September 13) gave fans another taste of what to expect from the new collection of songs in the form of "Sincerity Is Scary."

The album's fourth single is a departure from the others. It's a slow-ish, jazzy track that shows vocalist Matty Healy testing out his R&B chops as he croons "Why can't we be friends, when we are lovers?/ 'Cause it always ends with us hating each other/ Instead of calling me out you should be pulling me in/ 'I've just got one more thing to say'" during the contemplative chorus. 

Listen to "Sincerity Is Scary" below.

 

The new tune follows the lead single "Give Yourself a Try," politically charged "Love It If We Made It" and electro-pop bop "TOOTIMETOOTIMETOOTIME."

In addition to the album release date, The 1975 also announced an Ireland and UK arena tour that kicks off in 2019. Check out the dates below.

The 1975 Tour Dates

Jan. 9th – Belfast – SSE Arena

Jan. 10th – Dublin – 3Arena

Jan. 12th – Glasgow – SSE Hydro

Jan. 14th – Cardiff – Motorpoint Arena

Jan. 16th – Brighton – the Centre

Jan. 18th – London – the O2

Jan. 21st – Exeter – Westpoint

Jan. 23rd – Birmingham Arena

Jan. 24th – Manchester Arena

Jan. 25th – Sheffield – Flydsa Arena


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