The 1975 Shares 'Jesus Christ 2005 God Bless America'

The 1975 are giving fans some joy during these unprecedented times by sharing "Jesus Christ 2005 God Bless America," the latest offering off their upcoming album Notes on a Conditional Form.

Though it's the first time we're hearing the song in its official recorded form, diehard fans are already familiar with the track — the band has been playing it live since last year.

"Jesus Christ 2005 God Bless America" is the fifth song the band has shared from the album, already releasing "The Birthday Party," "Me & You Together Song," "Frail State of Mind," and "People."

After pushing the date back twice, Notes on a Conditional Form is now slated for a May 22 release. Listen to "Jesus Christ 2005 God Bless America" above.

Frontman Matty Healy revealed the second delay during a concert in Liverpool earlier this year. “I’ll be honest with you lot, Liverpool, I’ll tell you a secret, it’s gonna be a couple of weeks late, because I keep writing stuff,” he said.

“I’m never gonna put out a record I’m not happy with,” he added. “I’ve just finished it. So it will come out as soon as it’s physically made.”

As a result, the new album is 22 songs long! Pre-order Notes on a Conditional Form here.

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