[laughs] But when I have six months off, I’ll be like, dude, get me on the road. Everybody loves that venue—there’s something about it. I collect everything that these kids give me, and I have to buy a suitcase every time I leave a country for other people’s emotional stuff that I take home and try to read through.
(Although they were kind enough to take some time to flex in summer’s best suiting for and a globetrotting world tour that’s taking the foursome from Malaysia to Michigan and finally London, which frontman Matty Healy calls home (it’s where his dog is, after all). Before he hit the massive summer festival stage, we caught up with the always stylish lead singer to find out how he likes to unwind after a good show, his creature comforts on the road (hint: you can find him at Nobu), and which designers are on his must-cop list. I’ve been on the road for like years; besides making the record, I’ve not not been on tour.
Matty and Laura, who both live in Sydney’s eastern suburbs, actually locked eyes for the first time at a New Year’s Eve party.
“No-one was buying that Laura and Matty met for the first time at the mansion,” a source tells . After hitting it off, the pair reportedly met up days later.
Matty’s closer than ever to finding true love, but before he makes the biggest decision of his life in the season finale, it’s time to look back on his relationships with his top three Bachelorettes; Tara, Elise and Laura Matty J charmed the entire country last year on the second season of The Bachelorette Australia and hearts broke for him when Bachelorette Georgia Love chose Lee Elliot in the emotional final rose ceremony.
Now the tables have turned and it is Matty J’s turn to hand out roses and ultimately meet the woman of his dreams, when he starts his very own journey to true love on The Bachelor Australia. International Television Production for Network Ten based on the format created by Mike Fleiss and distributed by Warner Bros.
London, it’s where I know my way around and where I have the most time.
have just announced when the band will be releasing their new album."122 days," Healy shared in a tweet. ("What a shame" is a popular lyric from the band, too, popping up in the band's tracks "Love Me," "Paris" and "The Ballad Of Me & My Brain.")Earlier this year, frontman Matty Healy teased the EPs release . Recently, the band appeared to have registered two new song titles on the ASCAP database: "More Than You" and "Make It Happen."Of course, fans pointed out that "More Than You" is The 1975 have registered two new song titles on the @ASCAP database More Than You Make It Happen This is the database which makes sure a royalties are properly paid so it's pretty official.
Read more: Matty Healy teases new The 1975 EP ahead of third album And what's in 122 days? So points to new music on the way and possible song titles.
A fan asked the band's manager, Jamie Oborne, on Twitter: "When can we expect the What A Shame ep."And he responded with the most likely date any the 1975 fan would expect: "We are figuring out best plan now. Xx." 1st June is the most important date for any fan of the 1975—whether the release date ends up being June 1 or not. But we're ready for any surprises to come our way—as they do.
This weekend, Healy and his high school mates turned bandmates from Wilmslow, Cheshire, made a stop in Chicago to play Lollapalooza, a gig that turned out to be their largest U. To say the purity of touring is still there would kind of be lying.
I haven’t been at home for longer than three weeks in one stint over the past four and a half years. It’s when I want to get my washing and can’t, I resent it. The crowd is literally on top of you, peering down, and it’s like the roles are reversed a little bit. But I always say I literally tour with emotional baggage.
Some Bachelorettes are left reeling when Matty invites someone on a second single date.