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The 1975 take Glasgow by storm as Matty Healy declares 'Scotland should be independent' - www.dailyrecord.co.uk - Scotland - Manchester
dailyrecord.co.uk
20.01.2023 / 20:25

The 1975 take Glasgow by storm as Matty Healy declares 'Scotland should be independent'

Manchester pop-rock band The 1975 returned to Glasgow at the OVO Hydro on Thursday night for the first time since 2019 for their sold-out tour with thousands of screaming fans.

Newly single Paul Mescal, 26, sparks romance rumours on ‘coffee date’ with Angelina Jolie, 47 - www.thesun.co.uk - London - New York - Ireland - Tennessee
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03.01.2023 / 18:15

Newly single Paul Mescal, 26, sparks romance rumours on ‘coffee date’ with Angelina Jolie, 47

NORMAL People star Paul Mescal has been spotted enjoying a "coffee date" with Angelina Jolie in London. Irish actor Paul, 26, was pictured hanging out with the Hollywood superstar, 47, after she watched him perform in A Streetcar Named Desire at the Almeida theatre.

Did Phoebe Bridgers Get Dumped By Her Fiancé After Getting Caught Cheating With Bo Burnham?! - perezhilton.com - Los Angeles - New York
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22.12.2022 / 04:35

Did Phoebe Bridgers Get Dumped By Her Fiancé After Getting Caught Cheating With Bo Burnham?!

Out with the old, in with the new? Rumor has it Phoebe Bridgers just got dumped by her fiancé after she was caught cheating with another man! A more famous one…

Matty Healy kisses fan onstage in Las Vegas after previously struggling with feeling 'sexualized' - www.dailymail.co.uk - Las Vegas
dailymail.co.uk
27.11.2022 / 03:39

Matty Healy kisses fan onstage in Las Vegas after previously struggling with feeling 'sexualized'

Matt Healy locked lips with a fan onstage during a show with his band The 1975 in Las Vegas. The 33-year-old singer was singing Robbers when he pulled a woman out of the crowd and kissed her briefly. The kiss came after Healy admitted he was struggling with feeling 'sexualized' by fans of the Grammy nominated band.  Embrace: Matt Healy locked lips with a fan onstage during a show with his band The 1975 in Las Vegas While kissing a fan randomly onstage can be problematic, the woman he pulled onstage later took to Twitter to clarify that the embrace was consensual.  'On a real note I do want to state some facts before we get any farther, i had this on my phone because he mentioned at some point “I can only make out with you," she wrote along with a picture that read 'So we making out?' 'So I did this, he saw it and brought me up, HE ASKED before he kissed me! Also I’m a grown age of 24,' she concluded.  Popular song: The 33-year-old singer was singing Robbers when he pulled a woman out of the crowd and kissed her briefly Consent: While kissing a fan randomly onstage can be problematic, the woman he pulled onstage later took to Twitter to clarify that the embrace was consensual The woman's name is Isabella, according to her account, and she changed her cover photo to a picture of her leaving the stage after the kiss.Healy's eventful evening came a couple months after he admitted it was tough to be sexualized by fans of the group. He told The Guardian: 'People were having a romantic relationship with the band, I was sexualised to a certain extent; it was sexy, in the way that leather jackets and smoking and all that kind of s*** was sexy.' But he admitted he found this depiction difficult because he was struggling with his

'How dare he!' Loose Women's Denise Welch rages at 'Matt f***ing Hancock' over I'm A Celeb - express - county Hancock
express.co.uk
01.11.2022 / 18:33

'How dare he!' Loose Women's Denise Welch rages at 'Matt f***ing Hancock' over I'm A Celeb

Denise Welch, 64, has unleashed her rage on Twitter this afternoon as it was confirmed that controversial Conservative MP Matt Hancock, 44, would be joining the I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! line-up.The Loose Women star hit out at the MP for his handling of the Covid pandemic as she exclaimed: "How dare he!!"Denise took to Twitter this afternoon in view of her 539,200 followers to hit out at Hancock's surprise arrival to the ITV show line-up.The star, who is mum to The 1975 frontman Matty Healy, tweeted angrily: "I bet all those people living with the pain of not being ‘allowed’ to be with their loved ones in the last years of their lives will be so excited to see Matt fucking Hancock in the jungle!! How dare he!!!"Many social media users rushed to the comments to share their views on the controversial news.One who disagreed with Denise's comments was AlieCutting, who expressed: "I lost my mum during covid, in a nursing home where I want to be allowed to be with her at the end, but please don’t think you talk for us all."All your comment does is ensure people remain bitter and prevent some of us from moving on."Denise reiterated: "I talk for no one but myself.

The 1975’s Matty Healy on his Rage Against The Machine comments at Leeds Festival: “We fucking love Rage so much” - www.nme.com
nme.com
19.10.2022 / 17:59

The 1975’s Matty Healy on his Rage Against The Machine comments at Leeds Festival: “We fucking love Rage so much”

The 1975‘s Matty Healy has looked back on the on-stage comments he made at Leeds Festival about replacing Rage Against The Machine as Reading & Leeds 2022 headliners, clarifying that he and his bandmates “fucking love Rage so much”.The 1975 were called up to replace RATM as headliners just two weeks before the twin festivals took place in August, with the latter pulling out due to frontman Zack de la Rocha’s ongoing leg injury.Speaking on stage at Leeds Festival on August 26, Healy told the crowd: “I’m sorry we’re not Rage Against The Machine, but who’s Rage Against The Machine?“I mean, give it up for the greatest rock band of the previous generation, ladies and gentlemen please… Being literally in Rage Against The Machine and having a gammy leg is quite funny, though.”Healy, who subsequently praised RATM during The 1975’s Reading headline set two nights later, later clarified his comments following a social media backlash, adding that he intended to say: “I’m sorry we’re not Rage Against The Machine, but who can be Rage Against The Machine?”Speaking to NME in The 1975’s latest Big Read about his RATM comments, Healy said: “I watched it back and I was like, ‘That delivery was so bad!’“There are no records that me and George [Daniel, drummer] know more than Rage. Even ‘Renegades’.

The 1975 lead Official Albums Chart race with Being Funny In A Foreign Language - www.officialcharts.com - Britain - Atlanta - Florida - Birmingham - county Scott - city Marshall
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17.10.2022 / 19:09

The 1975 lead Official Albums Chart race with Being Funny In A Foreign Language

The 1975 lead an all-new Top 5 in the race for this week’s Official Albums Chart Number 1 with Being Funny In A Foreign Language.

Matty Healy finds sobriety easier in a relationship - www.msn.com
msn.com
17.10.2022 / 18:21

Matty Healy finds sobriety easier in a relationship

Matty Healy finds being sober easier when he's in a relationship. The 1975 singer - who split from FKA Twigs last summer - battled an addiction to heroin in his twenties, and though he is "doing really good" with his recovery, he admitted he has to work harder at it when he's alone. He explained: “Well I’m doing really good right now, sobriety-wise.

The 1975’s Matty Healy on cancel culture and why he previously quit Twitter - www.nme.com - USA
nme.com
17.10.2022 / 18:17

The 1975’s Matty Healy on cancel culture and why he previously quit Twitter

The 1975 frontman Matty Healy has opened up about his feelings on ‘cancel culture’, and his reasons for quitting Twitter after a controversial post back in 2020.Speaking to NME for this week’s Big Read cover story to mark the release of their fifth album, ‘Being Funny In A Foreign Language’, the frontman discussed deactivating his Twitter account back in 2020 following backlash to a Tweet he made after the death of George Floyd.Following Floyd’s death at the hands of policeman in the US and the subsequent public outcry and growth of the Black Lives Matter movement, Healy Tweeted: “If you truly believe that ‘ALL LIVES MATTER’ you need to stop facilitating the end of black ones.”The post also shared the video to The 1975’s single ‘Love It If We Made It’, which features the lyrics “selling melanin and then suffocate the black men / Start with misdemeanours and we’ll make a business out of them“. Many Twitter users then accused Healy of appropriating Black Lives Matter to sell and promote his own music, before he apologised for any upset and deleted his account.Speaking to NME for this week’s Big Read, Healy told us: “By that point, my reaction in the room to all that Twitter shit was like, ‘Oh fuck off! You know that I’m not using this as an opportunity to monetise the half-a-pence I get paid for a fucking YouTube play’.

Watch The 1975’s slick performance video for ‘Oh Caroline’ - www.nme.com - Manchester
nme.com
15.10.2022 / 14:33

Watch The 1975’s slick performance video for ‘Oh Caroline’

The 1975 have shared an official live performance of ‘Oh Caroline’ – check it out below.The song appears on the Manchester band’s fifth album ‘Being Funny In A Foreign Language’, which came out yesterday (October 14) via Dirty Hit.To mark the record’s arrival, Matty Healy and co. have released the first of three exclusive performances in partnership with Vevo.The suave clip begins with ’75 frontman Healy sparking up a cigarette with an ‘Oh Caroline’-branded match.

Matty Healy on The 1975 being a “post-Arctic Monkeys” band - www.nme.com
nme.com
14.10.2022 / 16:49

Matty Healy on The 1975 being a “post-Arctic Monkeys” band

The 1975 frontman Matty Healy has spoken to NME about his group being “post-Arctic Monkeys” – and how they could “still be the most important band” of the decade ahead.Speaking to NME for this week’s Big Read cover story to mark the release of their fifth album, ‘Being Funny In A Foreign Language’, Healy discussed the legacy and future of The 1975, as well as how he feels about being labelled as a ‘band’.Speaking in 2018, Healy hailed Arctic Monkeys as “the band of the 2000s” with The 1975 the defining band of the 2010s. Asked today about how he felt about his group’s standing for the decade ahead, Healy replied: “I think we could still be the most important band of the ‘20s, – I’ve got a prediction that we will be, but we’re starting to get into a semantic argument”.Healy then admitted that “Arctic Monkeys are still relevant and making amazing records and are still a band” who could “always be around if they wanted to” (as well as revealing that he’s “obsessed with bands like Fontaines D.C.”), but argued that culture is no longer necessarily aligned with the idea of “white guys with guitars changing the world” and that The 1975 shouldn’t perhaps even be considered as a traditional band.“With us, you need to take us out of the ‘bands’ world and put us next to Lana [Del Rey], Taylor [Swift], Frank Ocean and Kendrick [Lamar],” he said.

The 1975’s Matty Healy blasts paid fan meet and greets as ‘f***ing gross’ - metro.co.uk - Britain
metro.co.uk
13.10.2022 / 20:23

The 1975’s Matty Healy blasts paid fan meet and greets as ‘f***ing gross’

supports HTML5 videoThe 1975 frontman Matty Healy has long been outspoken about his views on paid meet and greets, something he has now branded ‘f*****g gross.’Matty – who is 1/4 of the British band, along with Adam Hann, Ross MacDonald, and George Daniel – is never one to shy away from expressing controversial opinions.Now, the Chocolate singer, 33, has hit out at artists who charge fans to meet them on tour, urging them to ‘take the money off the fan’ themselves if it’s something they feel strongly about.‘I hate paid meet and greets. You’ve paid for the album, you’ve paid for the ticket, you’ve paid for the parking, you get them in the room and somebody’s gone, “How do we monetise that bit?”,’ Matty said.In conversation with Zane Lowe for Apple Music, he added: ‘It’s no secret that many artists nowadays offer fans a paid chance to meet them in person ahead of their shows.‘Tell you what, if you want to do paid meet and greets, do them.

The 1975 respond to rumours of Taylor Swift collaboration - www.nme.com
nme.com
12.10.2022 / 19:11

The 1975 respond to rumours of Taylor Swift collaboration

Matty Healy has responded to recent speculation surrounding a potential collaboration between The 1975 and Taylor Swift.Back in 2019, Healy said he wanted to produce an “intimate acoustic album” for Swift. Later, the frontman explained that he didn’t take the opportunity to ask the pop star to team-up on a project when the pair crossed paths at the NME Awards 2020.Healy last month appeared as a featured guest on a “leaked” tracklist for Swift’s 10th record ‘Midnights’ (out October 21), which he subsequently confirmed was fake.

Famous fans react to return of Blink-182 - www.nme.com - Brazil - Chile - Argentina
nme.com
12.10.2022 / 00:39

Famous fans react to return of Blink-182

Blink-182 are reuniting for a huge world tour and new music.The news, announced earlier today (October 11), was shared via a tongue-in-cheek video which confirmed that the band would be back with the classic line-up of DeLonge, Mark Hoppus, and Travis Barker.Taking to his Instagram stories, The 1975‘s Matty Healy shared a screenshot of a conversation, which read: “Fuck blink 182 is original line up!! They’ve reformed!!! So we’re actually opening for Blink 182!!! Tom is back!! We made it!!!”The 1975 are due to open for the band at Lollapalooza’s trio of South America festivals in Chile, Argentina, and Brazil in 2023.Turnstile shared via their Instagram stories: “Excited for these shows next year. Thank you @blink182 for the opportunity”.

The 1975’s Matty Healy berates Triple J for promoting Australian tour - completemusicupdate.com - Australia
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07.10.2022 / 14:52

The 1975’s Matty Healy berates Triple J for promoting Australian tour

It’s always good to have a national broadcaster get behind your band, I’m sure any artist would tell you that. Well, any artist except The 1975’s Matty Healy, who has hit out – repeatedly – at Australian radio station Triple J for having the audacity to promote his band’s newly announced tour dates in the country.The station posted about The 1975’s 2023 tour dates on its website and social media accounts yesterday, as well as noting that the band have a new album out next week.

Iron Maiden announce UK tour with Manchester date - how to get tickets - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - Britain - Scotland - London - Manchester - Ireland - Birmingham - Japan - city Amsterdam - city Dublin, Ireland
manchestereveningnews.co.uk
06.10.2022 / 17:39

Iron Maiden announce UK tour with Manchester date - how to get tickets

Iron Maiden are coming to Manchester next year as part of a new UK and Ireland tour that promises to showcase some previously unperformed songs by one of the world's biggest heavy metal bands.

Watch The 1975’s ultra-suave performance on ‘Later… With Jools Holland’ - www.nme.com - Britain - Ireland - city Kingston - county Love
nme.com
03.10.2022 / 02:07

Watch The 1975’s ultra-suave performance on ‘Later… With Jools Holland’

Later… With Jools Holland kicked off with a stylish performance from The 1975.Showcasing two singles from their upcoming fifth album, ‘Being Funny In A Foreign Language’, The 1975 dimmed the lights and suited up for a swaggering playthrough of ‘Happiness’, breaking out an acoustic guitar for frontman Matty Healy to strum on as he melted hearts with ‘I’m In Love With You’.Take a look at the clips for both performances below:‘Being Funny In A Foreign Language’ is primed for release on October 14 via Dirty Hit. In addition to ‘Happiness’ and ‘I’m In Love With You’, the album will feature singles ‘Part Of The Band’ and ‘All I Need To Hear’.Following the album’s release, The 1975 will embark on a supporting world tour.

The 1975 announce special album release show in Kingston - www.nme.com - Britain - USA - Ireland - city Kingston - county Love
nme.com
30.09.2022 / 17:23

The 1975 announce special album release show in Kingston

The 1975 have announced details of a special album release show in Kingston-upon-Thames next month – get all the details on how to purchase tickets below.On October 13, the band will play the Pryzm venue just hours before they release their fifth album ‘Being Funny In A Foreign Language’.Tickets for the intimate gig will go on sale over the counter at Banquet Records in Kingston this Sunday (October 2) from 9am, with ticket and album bundles available alongside ticket-only options. Find all you need to know on tickets for the gig here.Three days later (October 16), the band are set to make an appearance at a signing session at London’s Rough Trade East.

Denise Welch supported by fans as she expresses 'grief' in heartfelt post - hellomagazine.com
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28.09.2022 / 23:55

Denise Welch supported by fans as she expresses 'grief' in heartfelt post

Presenter and actress Denise Welch shared her sadness on Wednesday in an emotional post on social media.Taking to Instagram, the long-time Loose Women panellist uploaded a series of photos with her late father as she marked the one-year anniversary of his death.MORE: Loose Women's Denise Welch touches hearts with unseen photo of late fatherThe pictures included one of her dad looking fabulous in a pink dress and blonde wig, and another of him proudly wearing his grandson Matty Healy's band T-shirt.In another, taken during her dad's appearance on an episode of her ITV show, Denise and Bryn were dressed in matching fuchsia outfits.WATCH: Denise Welch asks fans for sympathy during 'horrible' health battleIn the caption, Denise wrote: "A year today since we lost the legend Vin Welch. Grief creeps up at the most unlikely times.

The 1975 to hold signing session at London’s Rough Trade East - www.nme.com - Britain - Los Angeles - USA - Ireland - county Love
nme.com
27.09.2022 / 21:31

The 1975 to hold signing session at London’s Rough Trade East

The 1975 are set to make an appearance for a signing session at London’s Rough Trade East.The band will drop into the record store from midday on Sunday, October 16, two days after the release of their new album ‘Being Funny In A Foreign Language’.You can purchase tickets for the special signing here now. You can also pre-order/pre-save their fifth studio album.The news comes after the band recently shared their new single, ‘All I Need To Hear’.JUST ANNOUNCED@the1975 SIGNING at Rough Trade EastThe 1975 celebrate the release of the band’s fifth studio album 'Being Funny In A Foreign Language', released on October 14th via @DirtyHit.TICKETShttps://t.co/vBwWGeRaT2 pic.twitter.com/THOyJxaTfi— Rough Trade (@RoughTrade) September 27, 2022Speaking to Apple Music 1 about the track, frontman Matty Healy explained: “A lot of my songs require me to perform them, but I think that I’d love to hear Joe Cocker [sing this] – not that we could have that, but it feels like one of those songs where it’s like I’ve stepped out of the Matty-ness of everything.”He continued: “And it’s something that Adele could sing… it would make total sense, and she wouldn’t have to talk about jacking off or what [The 1975’s] usual subject matter is.”Healy also performed a solo version of ‘All I Need To Hear’ when he supported Phoebe Bridgers in Los Angeles last October.It follows on from the recent tracks ‘Part Of The Band’, ‘Happiness’ and ‘I’m In Love With You’.Meanwhile, The 1975 are set to embark on a UK and Ireland headline tour in January 2023 following a string of North American concerts this November/December.

Denise Welch jokes her sons will 'leave the country' after new TV show airs - www.dailystar.co.uk
dailystar.co.uk
22.09.2022 / 14:43

Denise Welch jokes her sons will 'leave the country' after new TV show airs

Denise Welch is preparing for a new TV show to air but believes her children may well flee the country because of it.The actress is set to appear on the new BBC programme Unbreakable alongside her artist husband Lincoln Townley but she admits it may be rather awkward.While Denise is known for never shying away from saying what's on her mind, the Loose Women star has revealed that she's considering jetting out of Blighty after the show is broadcasted.READ MORE: Loose Women's Denise Welch says King Charles should 'read the room' ahead of coronationNot only is she contemplating leaving the country, but she also admits her two sons, actor Louis and The 1975 frontman Matty Healy, as well as Lincoln's children from previous relationships, will also leave. Taking to her Instagram Stories, the former Coronation Street star shared a snap of herself and Lincoln alongside the rest of the cast as they posed with host Rob Beckett.She said: "Well we can't wait for you to see this!!"@lincolntownley and I went on a little adventure.

Matty Healy doesn’t want The 1975 to be as big as Foo Fighters - www.nme.com
nme.com
22.09.2022 / 14:09

Matty Healy doesn’t want The 1975 to be as big as Foo Fighters

Matty Healy has said that he doesn’t want The 1975 to be as big as Foo Fighters.During a recent interview with Music Week, the ’75 frontman spoke about not feeling the need to achieve a hit single. “If I started caring about that now it would fucking stink,” he told the outlet.“I said this ages ago, everyone wants us to become a huge rock band and we want to become a small emo band.”Healy continued: “If we become Burial, I’m way happier with that than [becoming as big as] fucking Foo Fighters, do you know what I mean? I love the Foo Fighters, but I couldn’t do that.“It’s funny, there’s something about me that is very poppy and the stuff that comes out is poppy, but the references never are.”Later in the conversation Healy said that The 1975 had “been offered all the wrong things for the right money” (he recently spoke of his decision to turn down a lucrative deal to support Ed Sheeran).“I’ve never taken [those offers], and it’s not that I’m proud of myself, but that part of me has been tested,” the singer told Music Week.

Listen to The 1975’s tender new single ‘All I Need To Hear’ - www.nme.com - Britain - Los Angeles - USA - Manchester - Ireland - county Love
nme.com
21.09.2022 / 19:49

Listen to The 1975’s tender new single ‘All I Need To Hear’

The 1975 have released another new single, ‘All I Need To Hear’ – you can listen to it below.The song is the latest preview of the Manchester band’s upcoming fifth album ‘Being Funny In A Foreign Language’, which is due out on October 14 via Dirty Hit (pre-order/pre-save here).It follows on from the recent tracks ‘Part Of The Band’, ‘Happiness’ and ‘I’m In Love With You’.“‘Cause I don’t need music in my ears/ I don’t need the crowds and the cheers/ Just tell me you love me/ Cause that’s all that I need to hear,” frontman Matty Healy sings in the romantic new cut.Speaking to Apple Music 1 about the ‘All I Need To Hear’, Healy explained: “A lot of my songs require me to perform them, but I think that I’d love to hear Joe Cocker [sing this] – not that we could have that, but it feels like one of those songs where it’s like I’ve stepped out of the Matty-ness of everything.”He continued: “And it’s something that Adele could sing, it would make total sense, and she wouldn’t have to talk about jacking off or what [The 1975’s] usual subject matter is.”Healy performed a solo version of ‘All I Need To Hear’ when he supported Phoebe Bridgers in Los Angeles last October.‘All I Need To Hear’ is accompanied by a Samuel Bradley-directed official live performance video. You’ll be able to watch it here when it premieres at 6pm BST.The 1975 are set to embark on a UK and Ireland headline tour in January 2023 following a string of North American concerts this November/December.

The 1975 to release new single ‘All I Need To Hear’ this week - www.nme.com - Britain - London - Los Angeles - Manchester - Ireland - city Belfast - Birmingham - city Brighton - county Love
nme.com
19.09.2022 / 12:49

The 1975 to release new single ‘All I Need To Hear’ this week

The 1975 are set to release a new single called ‘All I Need To Hear’ this week.The band will release their fifth album, ‘Being Funny In A Foreign Language’, on October 14 via Dirty Hit, which has been previewed so far by the singles ‘Part Of The Band’, ‘Happiness’ and ‘I’m In Love With You’.On Wednesday (September 21), they will give a fourth preview of the record in the shape of new single ‘All I Need To Hear’.Get all the details and pre-save the song below.The 1975 – All I Need To HearSeptember 21st 2022https://t.co/njz2uSaRYb pic.twitter.com/liBRTOqgCt— The 1975 (@the1975) September 16, 2022Following the announcement of the release of ‘All I Need To Hear’, fans are speculating that the new song is the track frontman Matty Healy debuted live last year while supporting Phoebe Bridgers at a Los Angeles gig.Hear the song, which features the lyric “all I need to hear,” below.In support of the new album, the band will tour the UK and Ireland in 2023, which they recently added new dates to – find full details of the tour below and get your tickets here.The UK and Ireland leg of The 1975’s ‘At Their Very Best’ tour will kick off on January 8, 2023 in Brighton and run until January 30 in Belfast.After tickets went on sale on September 9, two new dates in London and Cardiff were then added for the tour.

The 1975’s Matty Healy on declining to support Ed Sheeran live: “I just wanted to do our own shows” - www.nme.com - New York - New York
nme.com
13.09.2022 / 12:49

The 1975’s Matty Healy on declining to support Ed Sheeran live: “I just wanted to do our own shows”

Matty Healy had addressed comments he made about declining Ed Sheeran‘s offer for The 1975 to support him on tour in a lucrative deal.The 1975 singer and guitarist said in a recent interview with The New York Times that he was “offered a four-month tour next year of stadiums with the biggest singer-songwriter in the world that would have made me money that I’ve never even seen or heard of in my life” [via Uproxx].Although Healy didn’t initially name Sheeran, the interviewer asked if he’s who he was referring to, to which Healy replied: “Yeah. And I got offered to be main support and do whatever I want.

Matty Healy denies that The 1975 will feature on Taylor Swift’s ‘Midnights’ - www.nme.com
nme.com
04.09.2022 / 12:15

Matty Healy denies that The 1975 will feature on Taylor Swift’s ‘Midnights’

Matty Healy has confirmed that a “leaked” tracklisting for Taylor Swift’s upcoming ‘Midnights’ album is fake, after The 1975 were listed as a featured artist on it.The fake leak generated buzz when it circulated on social media yesterday (September 3), with the album’s cover art – which currently has its 13 songs listed as ‘Track One’, ‘Track Two’, ‘Track Three’ and so on – photoshopped to include actual song names.

Phoebe Bridgers shares images from the set of The 1975’s ‘I’m In Love With You’ video - www.nme.com - Manchester - county Love
nme.com
02.09.2022 / 14:07

Phoebe Bridgers shares images from the set of The 1975’s ‘I’m In Love With You’ video

Phoebe Bridgers has shared a series of behind-the-scenes images from The 1975‘s new ‘I’m In Love With You’ video, in which she makes a cameo appearance.The Manchester band released the song yesterday (September 1) as the third preview of their fifth album ‘Being Funny In A Foreign Language’, which is due out on October 14 via Dirty Hit (pre-order here).Speaking previously about the single’s accompanying black-and-white clip, frontman Matty Healy told Pitchfork that it was “basically part two of the ‘[A] Change Of Heart’ video, where I was a clown and trying to chase this girl and get her back.”He continued: “But in order to exaggerate that idea, I had to exaggerate the world, and my dancing had to be better. So I was in dance rehearsals for a week, and she was on wires, flying.“It’s very Buster Keaton, Fellini, dreamy.

The 1975 pay tribute to Rage Against The Machine at Reading Festival: “We love them” - www.nme.com - USA
nme.com
29.08.2022 / 03:11

The 1975 pay tribute to Rage Against The Machine at Reading Festival: “We love them”

The 1975 paid tribute to Rage Against The Machine during their headline set at Reading Festival tonight (August 28).Earlier this month, The 1975 were announced as the last-minute replacement for Rage Against The Machine’s headline appearance at Reading & Leeds 2022; the latter band were forced to pull out after frontman Zack de la Rocha suffered a leg injury on their North American tour.Closing out the third and final day of Reading earlier tonight, an interlude in The 1975’s performance saw frontman Matt Healy begin by asking the crowd if they enjoyed Saturday’s (August 27) headlining set from Arctic Monkeys.He then riled punters up, urging them to “get your Doctor Martens, and your fishnets and your vinyl… get it all out” before addressing their role as a replacement act, and apologising for the fact that Rage Against The Machine couldn’t appear.“We fucking love Rage Against The Machine,” Healy said. “Give it up for Rage Against The Machine. If we had the time, we would have done a cover of Rage Against The Machine.

FIDLAR return with ‘FSU’, their first new music in three years - www.nme.com - New York - Los Angeles - Los Angeles - USA - Manchester - San Francisco - county Rock - Boston
nme.com
26.08.2022 / 13:35

FIDLAR return with ‘FSU’, their first new music in three years

FIDLAR have returned with their first new music in three years – watch the video for their furious new single ‘FSU’ below.The track follows the band’s 2019 album ‘Almost Free’, and is lifted from a forthcoming EP which is due out in 2023.Speaking of their return, the band said: “New FIDLAR is leaning into the extremes. Loud, louder, loud.

Can you watch Reading and Leeds Festival 2022 on TV? How to stream it live from your home - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - Britain
manchestereveningnews.co.uk
25.08.2022 / 18:35

Can you watch Reading and Leeds Festival 2022 on TV? How to stream it live from your home

Thousands of music lovers will attend Reading and Leeds Festival this weekend (August 26 to 28) to see a whole host of acts perform. Taking place at Reading’s Richfield Avenue and Leeds’s Bramham Park, festival goers will see the likes of Artic Monkeys, Dave and The 1975 take to the stages over the jam-packed weekend.

Matty Healy on deleting Twitter: “I don’t wanna be a pawn in the culture war” - www.nme.com - Minnesota - USA
nme.com
10.08.2022 / 13:09

Matty Healy on deleting Twitter: “I don’t wanna be a pawn in the culture war”

The 1975‘s Matty Healy has opened up in a new interview about his departure from Twitter.The frontman deactivated his account on the social media platform in 2020 after being criticised for sharing a post about George Floyd that included a link to the band’s single ‘Love It If We Made It’.Floyd, a 46-year-old African-American, died in the custody of local police in Minnesota in May that year. Footage subsequently emerged of an officer, Derek Chauvin, kneeling on Floyd’s neck.His death sparked international outrage, protests and a renewed focus on the Black Lives Matter movement.

Matty Healy shares Taylor Swift’s reaction to The 1975’s new album - www.nme.com
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09.08.2022 / 18:25

Matty Healy shares Taylor Swift’s reaction to The 1975’s new album

Matty Healy has shared Taylor Swift‘s reaction to hearing The 1975‘s forthcoming new album, ‘Being Funny In A Foreign Language’, for the first time.The Healy-led band’s fifth studio album is set to be released on October 14 via Dirty Hit, and the frontman has now given a new interview about the record to Pitchfork.The profile describes ‘Being Funny In A Foreign Language’ as “quite funny – there’s a mom joke, a QAnon joke, a joke about a 10-year-old who is ‘obsessed with fat ass'”.It then reveals that, after listening to the record, Swift summed it up to Healy by saying “it’s so funny”. Comedian Bo Burnham also had a similar reaction, with the profile noting how Healy “was pleased when Burnham laughed at all the right times” when he listened to the album.Healy also discussed in the interview how he and his bandmate George Daniel began working with Jack Antonoff on the album.“People may think that it’s ‘uncool’ to work with the biggest producer in the world — I don’t give a fuck,” Healy said about enlisting Antonoff’s services.

Beabadoobee on embracing collaborations: “Two heads are better than one” - www.nme.com
nme.com
09.08.2022 / 14:57

Beabadoobee on embracing collaborations: “Two heads are better than one”

Beabadoobee has spoken to NME in a new interview about embracing collaborations on her new album ‘Beatopia’.The Dirty Hit-signed artist released her second album, the follow-up to her 2020 debut ‘Fake It Flowers’, last month.The new record features collaborations with the likes of The 1975‘s Matty Healy, PinkPantheress and Bombay Bicycle Club‘s Jack Steadman (under his Mr Jukes moniker).Speaking to NME in this week’s Big Read about inviting other artists to work on ‘Beatopia’, Beabadoobee – real name Beatrice Kristi Laus – said: “At the beginning [of your career] you’re super anal, like, ‘No one fucking touch my music’. And then you’re like, ‘You know what? Collaborations are sick’.

Beabadoobee on The 1975’s new album: “No one’s fucking ready” - www.nme.com
nme.com
05.08.2022 / 15:11

Beabadoobee on The 1975’s new album: “No one’s fucking ready”

Beabadoobee has praised The 1975‘s “awesome” new album, saying that “no one’s fucking ready” for how good it is.The singer-songwriter, who is this week’s NME Big Read cover star, said in the interview that The 1975 singer Matty Healy has been sending her songs from ‘Being Funny In A Foreign Language’ to listen to ahead of its release in October.Beabadoobee (real name Bea Lauss) was reflecting on The 1975’s help on her fifth EP, 2021’s ‘Our Extended Play’, which led to Healy co-writing ‘You’re Here That’s The Thing’ and ‘Pictures Of Us’ for her new album ‘Beatopia‘. Their friendship also secured Lauss the position of being able to hear new The 1975 music in advance.“I’ve heard a few songs off of it – he’s [been] sending me one like every day; it’s sick,” Lauss said of Healy.

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