SINGLE REVIEW: The 1975 – TooTimeTooTimeTooTime

The crazy hype surrounding The 1975 seems to have died down a little. Their upcoming third studio album doesn’t really seem to have the same hype their sophomore record had but that’s okay because they are still delivering strong songs. ‘TooTimeTooTimeTooTime’ is the bands third single and it’s a funky little dancehall inspired number that will have you grooving along instantly. It’s quite different to anything they’ve released before with Matty Healy’s vocals heavily auto-tuned. It takes away the emotional element that their songs usually embody and has you instantly fixated on this unique sound. They commentate on the current unfaithful relationship culture that we have in the digital age. “But I only called her one time. Maybe it was two times? Don’t think it was three times. Didn’t mean to two-time ya, two-time ya”. It’s a little playful but is also quite serious with it’s commentary of why we are like this. The song is so different to anything they’ve done before that it doesn’t really have a mainstream appeal but their fans will love it. It shows a cool experimentation and once you can get past the auto-tune you will thoroughly enjoy its vibey nature. 

 

 

 

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