English pop rock band The 1975 have revealed that they would love to collaborate with pop superstar Taylor Swift.
Responding to a recent rumor about a collaboration, The 1975’s Matty Healy said in a new interview with BBC Radio 1, “Oh no, we’re not [working with Swift]. We’d love to. Love to work with Taylor Swift. Love Taylor Swift. Think she’s one of the best songwriters.”
“We haven’t done it yet. We’d love to though,” he continued, before turning to George Daniel and asking, “Wouldn’t we?” “Yes, please,” the drummer replied.
Healy concluded by jokingly noting, “She’s probably sat there watching this, pining for a feature on a 1975 track.”
The 1975 dropped their fifth studio album, Being Funny in a Foreign Language, on Friday, October 14. The LP features previously released singles, “Happiness,” “Part of the Band,” “I’m in Love With You” and “All I Need to Hear.”
Meanwhile, Swift’s Midnights is set to drop on October 21.
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