The British pop rock band let go of their third single this year..
It's been two years since their last studio album, I like it when you sleep for you are so beautiful yet so unaware of it, but Matt Healy and The 1975 have brought back their catchy pop rock this year having already released two tracks. Their first release of the year was the up beat "Give Yourself A Try," and was later followed by "Love It If We Made It" that brought the band back to the days of their self-titled debut album. Now Healy and The 1975 test their sound further with their latest single and what Healy describes as the "most fun record" on their upcoming album, "TOOTIMETOOTIMETOOTIME." The track is co-produced by No Rome adding a dancehall vibe to the song about unfaithful relationships in this online digital era. The song was released with a video that shows a blonde haired Healy singing with a bunch of different individuals. Their upcoming and third studio album A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships is due out on November 30th, so we may still hear a few more singles from the British pop rock band.
Check out the track and video below, while you can also find "TOOTIMETOOTIMETOOTIME" on our Burn Slow Vibes playlist via Spotify.