Taking in a myriad of genres across 22 tracks over 80 minutes, ‘Notes on a Conditional Form’ is an album paced and structured for a generation who listen to playlists on shuffle rather than albums as programmed. Yet its major influences lean towards the early 2000s, the golden era of CD albums, starting with ‘People’ which draws heavily on the Rock swagger of Primal Scream. Elsewhere, ‘Frail State of Mind’ draws on a two-step Garage beat, while ‘Shiny Collarbone’ pulls from Jungle and House. In between there are orchestral interludes, an alt-Folk collaboration featuring an all too short verse from Phoebe Bridgers, and the kind of Electro Pop leaning Indie where The 1975 are at their best. It’s a complex and confounding beast of an album that, thanks to its size and abundance of styles, is bound to see many of its tracks heard only via playlists and perhaps that’s its point.