The 1975 is a famous pop rock band that came about in 2002. The band has had many hits, but what made the rounds recently was a photoshopped image of Taylor Swift’s Midnights album claiming that it has The 1975 in it. The fans were ecstatic knowing it, but in the world of social media, not everything that you see is too good to be true.
Matty Healy denied the claims with his single tweet. It must be noted that Taylor Swift announced during the second of her three awards at MTV’s VMA that her brand new album comes out on October 21. She even revealed that more details will come to light at midnight.
The album is titled Midnight for a reason. We all have those midnights that are scary, and lonely and leave us in pain. The album’s visuals were shared by Swift on her Instagram where the songs were blurred. The marketing strategy was on point, but things have gone off point since Healy denied that they are a part of the album.
I would love that! But unfortunately FAKE NEWS 🙁 https://t.co/WGDlv9jgfF
— Matty (@MatthewTHealy) September 3, 2022
Swift hasn’t commented about it, and fans think that the tweet by Healy is not correct or they don’t want to reveal anything. It must be noted that The 1975 has an album coming out on October 14. The album is called ‘Being Funny In A Foreign Language.’ ‘Part Of The Band’, ‘Happiness’ and ‘I’m In Love With You’ are three of its singles that have been previewed in public already.
Swift on the other hand brings her 10th studio album out following 2020 records, ‘Folklore’ and ‘Evermore’ and the previously recorded ‘Fearless’ and ‘Red. Will the two start a music rivalry or a trend as the two release their albums within a week?
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