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Matt Healy wants The 1975 to be the' most important' band

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Singer Matt Healy says he wants The 1975 to be regarded as one of the most influential acts of this decade.

The 27-year-old singer hopes his band leave behind a legacy of era-defining material and wants their upcoming third album to be regarded in the same way as Radiohead's 'OK Computer' or The Smiths' 'The Queen Is Dead', reported Contactmusic.



"If you look at third albums, 'OK Computer' or 'The Queen is Dead', that's what we need to do. I want a legacy. I want people to look back and think our records were the most important pop records that a band put out in this decade," he says.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Matt Healy wants The 1975 to be the' most important' band

Singer Matt Healy says he wants The 1975 to be regarded as one of the most influential acts of this decade. The 27-year-old singer hopes his band leave behind a legacy of era-defining material and wants their upcoming third album to be regarded in the same way as Radiohead's 'OK Computer' or The Smiths' 'The Queen Is Dead', reported Contactmusic. "If you look at third albums, 'OK Computer' or 'The Queen is Dead', that's what we need to do. I want a legacy. I want people to look back and think our records were the most important pop records that a band put out in this decade," he says. Singer Matt Healy says he wants The 1975 to be regarded as one of the most influential acts of this decade.

The 27-year-old singer hopes his band leave behind a legacy of era-defining material and wants their upcoming third album to be regarded in the same way as Radiohead's 'OK Computer' or The Smiths' 'The Queen Is Dead', reported Contactmusic.

"If you look at third albums, 'OK Computer' or 'The Queen is Dead', that's what we need to do. I want a legacy. I want people to look back and think our records were the most important pop records that a band put out in this decade," he says.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Matt Healy wants The 1975 to be the' most important' band

Singer Matt Healy says he wants The 1975 to be regarded as one of the most influential acts of this decade.

The 27-year-old singer hopes his band leave behind a legacy of era-defining material and wants their upcoming third album to be regarded in the same way as Radiohead's 'OK Computer' or The Smiths' 'The Queen Is Dead', reported Contactmusic.

"If you look at third albums, 'OK Computer' or 'The Queen is Dead', that's what we need to do. I want a legacy. I want people to look back and think our records were the most important pop records that a band put out in this decade," he says.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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