One of a undoubted highlights from The 1975’s sophomore album, (deep breath) I Like It When You Sleep, For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware Of It, is a shimmering pound singular “The Sound.” But it turns out, frontman Matt Healy roughly gave his band’s would-be strike away… to One Direction.
Earlier this year, Healy spoke about his unsatisfactory studio event with 1D and eventually questioned a group’s “artistic credibility.” Now, in a new talk with Q magazine, he’s strew some-more light on that unsuccessful collaboration.
THE 1975’S MATT HEALY THINKS ONE DIRECTION RIPPED OFF HIS BAND
“I went into a studio with them [One Direction] for a integrate of hours to work on some things and, funnily enough, we finished adult display them ‘The Sound’ as a suggestion, though zero came of it,” he revealed, according to DIY. “I was asked to do it, so we suspicion I’d see how it all works though it only didn’t unequivocally work really well. It didn’t ring so we suspicion I’d hang to my possess thing.”
Considering a single’s success, he’s substantially flattering OK with gripping that one to himself. Besides, there’s clearly no bad blood between a Brit bands — Healy and Co. recently covered 1D’s “What Makes You Beautiful” for a BBC Live Lounge.
Listen to “The Sound” below, and try to suppose Niall Horan rebellious that guitar solo and Harry Styles job himself “a sycophantic, prophetic, Socratic addict wannabe.” Ahhh… what could’ve been.
THE 1975 MAKE ONE DIRECTION’S ‘WHAT MAKES YOU BEAUTIFUL’ FEEL LIKE A FOUR-MINUTE SYMPHONY