The 1975's Matty Healy Breaks Silence On Taylor Swift's New Album

By Katrina Nattress

April 24, 2024

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Taylor Swift and Matty Healy were only romantically linked for a short amount of time last year, but The 1975 singer seemingly left a lasting impression on the superstar. When Swift dropped her highly anticipated new album The Tortured Poet Departmentsharing a whole second album's worth of material a few hours later wasn't the most surprising thing about the release: it was that a lot of songs sound like they're about her short-lived relationship with Healy when everyone thought it was going to mainly be about her six-year relationship with Joe Alwyn.

TMZ caught Healy out and about in Los Angeles and asked what they thought of his "diss track" compared to the other 30 songs on the album.

"My diss track?" the singer questioned before adding: “Oh, I haven’t really listened to that much of [the album], but I’m sure it’s good.”

Many songs on the album are thought to be about Healy, including the title track, “Guilty as Sin?”, “But Daddy I Love Him,” “Down Bad,” “The Black Dog,” “I Can Fix Him (No Really I Can),” and “Fresh Out the Slammer,” and Swifties are not happy about it.

A source close to Swift told Us Weekly that she gave her ex a heads up about the album and he felt "relief" after its release.

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