The 1975’s Album Cover is Here πŸ₯ΎπŸŒ

The new album cover for The 1975’s Notes on a Conditional Form has been released, and while it may be on theme… it’s not quite what we all expected.

Notes on a Conditional Form Album Cover, The 1975

Back in July, The 1975 started their new era with an Instagram blackout and the release of the “The 1975,” featuring a Greta Thunberg monologue.

Since then, the band has shared two additional singles, “People” and “Frail State of Mind.”

It’s clear that The 1975 will be making a political and/or environmental impact with their upcoming album- and their new album cover is meant to reflect that.

Though the use of emojis may have been a questionable artistic choice, it is likely a representation of the current state of society and its life on social media. It is also a nod to George Orwell’s 1984 quote:

“If you want a vision of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face – forever.”

The English band’s fourth studio album drops on February 21, 2020.