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ust 2017, the 1975 stated they were in the editing process of Music For Cars, having over two hours worth of material. Healy also revealed the name of a new song, "Jesus Christ 2005 God Bless America" (2020), while the band's manager Jamie Osborn said the first recording sessions for the album were planned for September. Posters promoting the album began emerging around London and Manchester in April 2018. In May, the 1975 announced that Music For Cars would now serve as an umbrella term to denote an "era" comprising two albums. Regarding the decision to release two separate bodies of work rather than a double album, Healy called the double album format "prog and annoying ... they're self-serving". The first part of the Music For Cars era, A Brief Inquiry into Online Relationships, was released on 30 November 2018. It received widespread critical acclaim and won British Album of the Year at the 2019 Brit Awards. Although Healy sought to release the second album in May 2019, Notes on a Conditional Form became available for pre-order on Apple Music shortly after the release of "The 1975" in July 2019, with a release date of 21 February 2020. The official artwork was also unveiled, featuring a yellow stripe and the album's title written in various languages. The release date was later moved to 24 April as a result of vinyl production issues, before being delayed again to 22 May. A revised album cover was also revealed, featuring the album's name, the band's name and the phrase "Music For Cars" on the top, while the initials of Notes on a Conditional Form are featured in the upper-right corner. The former artwork would only be used for the digital version. Regarding the multiple delays, Healy said they were caused by giving interviewers arbitrary release dates. Ultimately, Notes on a Conditional Form was releas