Label: Dirty Hit Whether you like frontman Matt Healy or not, it is clear that his genius lyrics and melodic creations never stop, and the signature 1975 stamp on songs are yet to get boring. Starting the album with their self-titled song, the band uses their platform to inspire a generation to fix the mess of the world that their parents and grandparents have created. Due to the cinematic nature of the opener, you may be left stunned by the complete opposite sound that People produces with its frantic vocals and heavy guitar riffs. Matt Healy has obviously thought a lot about what he wishes to portray in this album, many songs represent both the highs and lows in his life and he is still yet to shy away from big topics like sexuality, drug abuse, self-worth, depression and love. These are just a few small ways that make fans fall at this band’s feet. The 1975 have created a masterpiece with Notes On A Conditional Form and their songwriting and production processes are yet to disappoint.