The 1975

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The 1975 released a second single from their upcoming LP Being Funny in a Foreign Language titled “Happiness.”

The new song came with an announcement of a tour in North America, allegedly titled At Their Very Best Tour. 

The 1975 lead singer Matty Healy spoke to Apple Music 1’s Zane Lowe about his band’s new single.

“’Happiness’ is like… there’s literally loads of us in the room on that track. Locked eyes… doesn’t really have much structure. It came through like jamming. And we haven’t done that in like years. So, we just wanted this record to be really like a captured moment and not be too constructed and even produced that much,” Healy said. 

“We did it in like a day or so. And it’s us having fun. And I think that there’s this real desire in art to see something remarkable with as little technology as possible.” 

Matty Healy Talks Praises Jack Antonoff

Healy also talked about teaming up with Jack Antonoff on Being Funny in a Foreign Language

“I love Jack’s work, and those Lana [Del Ray] records, in particular, like, some of my favorite stuff. So, we were talking about that. We became friends talking about production and what I was doing and what he was wanting to do and what was I wanting to do,” he said. 

“And then I kind of just thought, ‘Well, this is like a really nice new energy.’ I don’t… because we are so closed, me and George [Daniel], we’ve always been so closed. ‘Why don’t you like come down to the studio and see what happens?’ And then he did. And then, ever since, we were just great, great friends.” 

He further said, praising Antonoff, “He’s so good What he does is identifies what an artist is really good at or where the truth is coming from. And it’s a bit like, if you think of like a great comedian, the language of like sense of humor, they can sense where the humor is in the situation.” 

Healy even praised Antonoff for knowing what he does and diving into the aspects of his work. 

“Jack’s like, he’s like me, you know what I mean? He’s like culture vulture, he’s like full of references. He knows his shit, man. He understands what artists need at any given moment. And it happened very, very naturally. And I think we were just feeling loads of stuff out. And all these things just kind of came together,” he said. 

“Yeah, and me and Jack were just like talking about music and then conversations, me, Jack, and George. And then those conversations became about a 1975 record that felt more live. And then I was a bit like, ‘Well, why are we talking about this? Why don’t we just do this?’” 

Being Funny in a Foreign Language will be released on October 14 through Dirty Hit. 

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The 1975 Tour

The 1975: 

11-03 Uncasville, CT – Mohegan Arena

 11-04 Boston, MA – MGM Music Hall at Fenway

 11-07 New York, NY – Madison Square Garden

 11-09 Camden, NJ – Freedom Mortgage Pavilion

 11-10 Washington, D.C. – The Anthem

 11-12 Atlanta, GA – State Farm Arena

 11-13 Nashville, TN – Nashville Municipal Auditorium

 11-15 Grand Prairie, TX – Texas Trust CU Theatre

 11-16 Houston, TX – 713 Music Hall

 11-17 Austin, TX – Moody Center

 11-20 Mexico City, Mexico – Corona Capital Festival

 11-23 Phoenix, AZ – Arizona Financial Theatre

 11-25 Las Vegas, NV – The Theater at Virgin Hotels

 11-26 San Diego, CA – Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre

 11-28 Los Angeles, CA – Kia Forum

 11-29 San Francisco, CA – Bill Graham Civic Auditorium

 12-01 Portland, OR – Moda Center

 12-02 Seattle, WA – WAMU Theater

 12-08 Independence, MO – Cable Dahmer Arena

 12-10 Milwaukee, WI – The Eagles Ballroom

 12-12 Toronto, Ontario – Scotiabank Arena

 12-16 Newport, KY – PromoWest Pavilion at Ovation

 12-17 Pittsburgh, PA – UPMC Events Center

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