The British pop-rock band dropped their latest album, ‘Being Funny in a Foreign Language’ on October 14. After nearly twenty years of being together, the band is back with their best release to date.
After two years, the band is back and better than ever with their latest release, produced by Jack Antonoff. The 1975 previously dropped four of the eleven tracks on the album, giving fans an insight into the sound and direction of the new record.
The latest release includes lead singer Matty Healy's most sincere lyricism ever. He veers away from his usual metaphors and writes about love, longing, and affection in a literal way.
In an interview with Zane Lowe, Healy says, "The one thing I know on this record is that I believe everything I'm saying."
The band is set to headline their Northern American Tour, "The 1975 At Their Very Best," at the end of the year.
You can listen to 'Being Funny In A Foreign Language' below.