The 1975 have simply launched the second single from their forthcoming album Being Funny in a Foreign Language. Lead singer Matty Healy spoke to Zane Lowe on Apple Music 1 about “happiness” and what it means to him:

“’Happiness’ is like … there’s literally a lot of us in the room on this track. Eyes closed… doesn’t really have much structure. It came through like a jam. And we haven’t done that in years. So we wanted this record to be really like a captured moment and not too constructed and even produce as much…. We did it in about a day or so. And we enjoy it. And I think there’s this real desire in art to see something remarkable with as little technology as possible.”

You can take heed to the brand new monitor and watch the music video under.

Healy dived extra into the upcoming album and spoke about working with tremendous producer and Bleachers frontman Jack Antonoff:

“I really like Jack’s work and this Lana [Del Rey] Records, particularly a few of my favourite issues. So we talked about it. We grew to become associates and we talked about manufacturing and what I used to be doing and what he needed to do and what I needed to do. And then I sort of simply thought, ‘Well, this is sort of a actually lovely new power.’ I do not… as a result of we’re so closed, me and George [Daniel], we had been all the time so closed. “Why don’t you like to come down to the studio and see what happens?” And then he did. And we have been simply nice, nice associates ever since.”

Being Funny in a Foreign Language is scheduled for launch on October 14th. The 1975 will tour in help of the album starting in November and ending simply earlier than the beginning of 2023.


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