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Fact: Phoebe Bridgers sings on FOUR songs on The 1975's upcoming new album 'Notes On A Conditional Form'.

Fact: Phoebe Bridgers sings on FOUR songs on The 1975's upcoming new album 'Notes On A Conditional Form'.

In a new interview with Music Week, The 1975 frontman Matty Healy has revealed that Phoebe Bridgers features on not only one song on the band's forthcoming album, 'Notes On A Conditional Form', but on four!

Music Week also say that Healy describes Bridgers as "the Stills and Nash of this album," and about the song: "I’ve left it quite open, that song. Really, it’s the ultimate NOACF song, it’s a series of notes. At one point I wanted it to be about [one subject], at one point it was about the prison industrial complex, at another it was about the oppression of religion on young people regardless of sexuality. It’s been about loads of different things. I just took my favourite lines and made the song. It hints towards things, that’s what’s interesting about it,” he continued. “It’s not like Love It If We Made It, which is, ‘Oi, this is what I’m talking about’, it’s a bit more interpretive. It’s about America, and the things I drive past there, I love America and spend so much time looking out on its coolness and its beauty, but there’s also bits that make me shiver a little bit. It’s about those things."

Read more from the new cover-story here.

Listen to the Bridgers-featuring 'Jesus Christ 2005 God Bless America' below...

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