Matty Healy, the lead singer of The 1975, would like to hear an acoustic album with production from Taylor Swift, he said on Monday, in a new episode of the podcast “The Green Room”.
“I can’t make a album and think that it is better to sell an acoustic, a Taylor Swift album,” said Healy. “This means that she is going to get back to where they started the country. Who doesn’t want to produce it.”
The singer doesn’t think that Swift is desperate for an idea. However, he offers his help as well. “If you ever want someone in your microphones ready, turn off: I am here.” Also like Kent love is an album by Ed Sheeran produced.
Kent was a Monday guest at the one-hundredth episode of Neil Griffiths’s’ The Green Room’. The conversation went on for Kent’s colleagues, the musician will find that some of them don’t really have anything to say about the world. “So, it’s clear to me that I have a cultural position, which I have to use it,” says the singer.