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The 1975 share ‘I’m in Love with You’, feature Phoebe Bridgers in video

The band also announce the UK and Ireland leg of their ‘At Their Very Best’ tour in 2023

By Charlotte Krol

The 1975's Matty Healy with Phobe Bridgers pictured in the ‘I'm in Love with You’ music video
The 1975's Matty Healy with Phobe Bridgers in the ‘I'm in Love with You’ music video. (Picture: YouTube/The 1975)

The 1975 have released ‘I’m in Love with You’, the latest single from their forthcoming album Being Funny in a Foreign Language.

Accompanying the upbeat new song is a music video featuring The 1975 singer Matty Healy as a silent film clown and a surprise guest appearance by Phoebe Bridgers. Watch it below.

‘I’m in Love with You’ follows the singles ‘Part of the Band‘ and ‘Happiness‘. It appears on the Manchester-formed band’s fifth album, which is due for release on 14 October.

The band debuted the song live at Japan’s Summer Sonic 2022 last month, where Healy and co. also gave ‘Happiness’ its first live outing.

They also gave ‘Tonight (I Wish I Was Your Boy)’ from their 2020 album Notes on a Conditional Form its live debut at the Osaka edition of the festival.

The 1975 have additionally announced the UK and Ireland leg of their ‘At Their Very Best’ tour for 2023, which kicks off in Brighton on 8 January.

Tickets are on sale here with a number of dates, including New York’s iconic Madison Square Garden, already sold out.

The 1975’s 2023 UK and Ireland tour dates:

08 – Brighton, The Brighton Center
09 – Bournemouth, Bournemouth International Center
10 – Exeter , Westpoint Arena
12 – London, The O2
15 – Birmingham, Resorts World Arena
16 – Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
19 – Glasgow, SSE Hydro
20 – Manchester, Manchester Arena
22 – Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena
23 – Leeds, First Direct Arena
25 – Newcastle, Utilita Arena
26 – Liverpool, M&S Bank Arena
29 – Dublin, 3Arena
30 – Belfast, The SSE Arena

In Rolling Stone UK’s recent cover story, Healy discussed embracing ideals and being more earnest on the band’s upcoming album.

“This record definitely takes those ideas and says, ‘Well, nihilism in your 20s is very sexy, and very cool and well done, and maybe appropriate,’” he said.

“As you get a little bit older, those postmodern, exciting ideas have to — do — start making way for more traditional values, which aren’t that sexy, which aren’t that hip-shaking. They’re responsibility, adulthood, these kinds of ideas.

The 1975’s Matty Healy for Rolling Stone UK (Picture: Samuel Bradley/Styling: Patricia Villirillo)

“What I’m asking on this record in the context of love is, can you find true love, versus all of this irony, all of this postmodernism, all of this… I don’t want to say neoliberalism but versus the internet, versus technology?”

He continued: “Can we find true love in a way that we were culturally in pursuit of at the beginning of the 20th century?” Well, can we find true love now? “I don’t know. It’s really hard.”