The 1975's "TOOTIMETOOTIMETOOTIME" Video Is Already Our New Favorite!
Fans would have to endure the looooooooong wait for The 1975's upcoming third album, A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships, until its reported November release. But in order to appease impatient fans, the British pop-rock band released the visuals to “TOOTIMETOOTIMETOOTIME”—the third early-release from the much awaited LP.
In it, frontman Matty Healy sings and dances with the quartet's fans in front of differently colored backdrops. See the full video below.
"No Rome—who’s my best mate, who lives with me now—and I was working on one of his beats," Matty tells Annie Mac on the track's early origins in a past interview with BBC Radio 1. "We’d done a song together called “Narcissist” and we were going to put that out like next month or something and we were working on it and something went wrong. It just started looping too fast and the beat in 2 time just kind of appeared. And then we just made that."
Btw, "Narcissist" is out now, and the band had been working together with the Filipino artist in Los Angeles on both of their upcoming records.