Popular English pop rock band The 1975 has just returned to the music scene with a brand-new super amazing single they titled “The 1975 (BFIAFL).”
About artist (The 1975):
The 1975 is an English pop rock group that was founded in Wilmslow, Cheshire, in 2002. Lead singer and rhythm guitarist Matthew “Matty” Healy, lead guitarist Adam Hann, bassist Ross MacDonald, and drummer George Daniel make up the group, which is now based in Manchester.
The founding members of the band met while attending Wilmslow High School and began performing together as teenagers. The band signed with Dirty Hit and Polydor Records after performing at gigs coordinated by a council employee.
About song (The 1975 (BFIAFL)):
The latest song is taken off their upcoming studio album, Being Funny In a Foreign Language, which is set to arrive later this year.
The new song will be officially released on all streaming platforms including YouTube on October 14, 2022. You can go get your hands on them with the download link below.
Finally, the brilliant song was produced in the studio by George Daniel, Matthew Healy, Tommy King & BJ Burton.
The 1975 – The 1975 (BFIAFL) Lyrics Snippet:
This will get bigger ‘if you know what I mean’
I’m sorry if you’re living and you’re 17
I heard it’s en vogue to be super thin
But ‘your friends aren’t thicc so they can’t come in!’
I’m feeling apathetic after scrolling through hell
I think I’ve got a boner but I can’t really tell and the fans are on…
- Song: The 1975 (BFIAFL)
- Artist: The 1975
- Genre: Pop/Rock
- Duration: 4:11
- Year: 2022
You can listen or download the free mp3 below.
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