Manchester-based quartet The 1975 unleashed the third advance single from their forthcoming record ‘A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships‘—the follow up to 2016’s I like it when you sleep, for you are so beautiful yet so unaware of it.

Titled ‘TOOTIMETOOTIMETOOTIME‘, the track was accompanied by a sugary soda pop bops, honeyed drum patterns, and Matt Healy’s iconic choice of words. An accompanying music video featuring No Rome, Matt Healy himself, & their sweet fans is also somewhere out there (on Spotify). Unfortunately, it’s still not available in our location, or so it seems.

In an interview with BBC Radio 1, Matt Healy talks about the new song. “What I really love about this new album is, I wanted it to be like all good albums, so about life in general. It’s nice because we’re living this fear of living in a culturally bankrupt world, and this one is just fun. This is one of the only 1975 songs I like to listen to when I go out. I don’t really know what constitutes a hit, but I listened to this objectively and it makes me happy. I don’t even care if its a hit! I just want our fans to hear it.”

D’oh, bless your cotton socks, Healy. Just give us the album already!

Give The 1975's new track a listen!