The 1975 show a different side to forthcoming album ‘Being Funny In A Foreign Language’ with new track ‘All I Need To Hear’

It's the latest taster of their fifth album, due on 14th October.
Photo credit: Samuel Bradley

The 1975 have shared the latest preview of their forthcoming fifth album in the shape of new single ‘All I Need To Hear’.

The fourth track to arrive from new album ‘Being Funny In A Foreign Language’ – set for release on 14th October via Dirty Hit – it follows up on the already aired ‘Part of the Band’, ‘Happiness’ and ‘I’m In Love With You’.

Showing another aspect of the record – quite probably The 1975 at their warmest and most classic yet – the single is one of the songs given a live airing in a surprise solo acoustic support slot for Phoebe Bridgers in LA last year.

You can check out ‘All I Need To Hear’ below. A live video of the track will debut at 6pm BST today (21st September). You can find the player for that too – it’ll work after that point.

Following North American shows this November and December, The 1975 are set to hit the road in the UK and Ireland next year in support of the album. You can catch them at:

8 Brighton – The Brighton Centre
9 Bournemouth – Bournemouth International Centre
10 Exeter – Westpoint Arena
12 London – The O2
13 London – The O2
15 Birmingham – Resorts World Arena
16 Cardiff – Motorpoint Arena
17 Cardiff – Motorpoint Arena
19 Glasgow – SSE Hydro
20 Manchester – Manchester Arena
22 Nottingham – Motorpoint Arena
23 Leeds – First Direct Arena
25 Newcastle – Utilita Arena
26 Liverpool – M&S Bank Arena
29 Dublin – 3Arena
30 Belfast – The SSE Arena

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