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1975’s Matty Healy does not hold back when it comes to 1D


There seems to be some dislike between The 1975 and One Direction… We smell a pop feud on its way.

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The 1975’s Matty Healy did not hold back when asked about the One Direction boys. He opened up about being asked to work with the band a year or two ago, revealing he doubts they have any artistic credibility despite admitting that they are actually “nice guys”.

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“They got me in and they said, ‘We really like your band. Would you write a song for us?’,” Matty revealed “[But] they didn’t seem to be actually that interested. They just wanted to play me this song that they said was really, really inspired by us.”

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Matty revealed the boys then played him their track ‘Change Your Ticket’ from their album ‘FOUR’, which had a VERY similar sound to the 1975’s track ‘Girls’, causing him to drop a bit of tough love advice on 1D.

“Listen guys, fill your boots, the song doesn’t sound that much like ‘Girls’. But the guitar and the whole vibe of it is a complete lift,” he advised. “So take the guitars off and we’re good.”

We’re not quite sure whether Matty is serious or just having a laugh… because if we remember correctly, he made out with a cardboard cut-out of Harry Styles in The 1975’s ‘Love Me’ music video.

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He also added “It would have been a bad 1975 song.”

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