The 1975's Matty Healy's views on masculinity are refreshing in the world of rock 'n roll

2019-02-19 09:58
 

Cape Town - Matty Healy spoke about masculinity in an interview with GQ.

The frontman of one the biggest bands in the world, The 1975, said that he was picked on as a teenager in Manchester “for having long hair”. 

The artistic entertainer also spoke of the influence of his parents, actress Denise Welch and welder-turned-actor Tim Healy, saying that his diverse upbringing gave him a particular worldview. 

Late last year The 1975 released a Warren Fun directed video that paid homage to veteran musicians, Talking Heads’ concert film titled Stop Making Sense.

Matty also painted his cover of GQ. 

WATCH A PART OF MATT’S INTERVIEW WITH GQ HERE:


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