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Matty Healy get his revenge on Taylor Swift with new The 1975 album: Rocker ‘won’t hold back’ about their fling and ‘didn’t sign an NDA during brief romance’..



Matty Healy will have free license to write about his romance with Taylor Swift on any forthcoming release with The 1975 because he didn’t sign a non-disclosure agreement while dating the singer.

Healy, 35, is thought to have provided inspiration for a series of unflattering and occasionally eviscerating lyrics on Swift’s latest album, The Tortured Poets Department, following their brief relationship in 2023.

Numerous tracks on the album refer to an unnamed wayward boyfriend, among them But Daddy I Love Him, Down Bad, I Can Fix Him (No Really I Can) and The Smallest Man Who Ever Lived.

But Healy will have an opportunity to respond while writing and recording a new album with The 1975 – the band’s sixth and their follow up to 2022 release Being Funny In A Foreign Language.

Healy alluded to his former relationship with R&B artist FKA twigs numerous times on the album, with stand out tracks I’m In Love With You, All I Need To Hear and When We Are Together believed to be inspired by th eir romance.

Matty Healy didn’t sign a non-disclosure agreement during his brief fling with Taylor Swift, so is now free to pen his own songs about their romance, according to reports

Matty is currently keeping a low profile working on The 1975’s next album. This time last week he had no idea he was about to become one of the most talked about men on the planet,’ a source told The Sun.

‘He has opted to keep silent, but no NDA has been signed. Like Taylor, he uses his music as a form of release and storytelling, it’s naturally caused him to think about their time together and he’s never been one to hold back when speaking his mind.

Also like Taylor, he’s moved on and is very happy with his current relationship with Gabbriette Bechtel but there is nothing stopping him from writing about his romance with Taylor and having his say on what she said about him.’

The insider added fans should wait in anticipation for when the band’s next album drops.

It comes as Healy broke his silence on Wednesday on the music which documents their failed romance.

Asked by a reporter from Entertainment Tonight on Wednesday what he thought of the ‘diss track’ he politely replied: ‘I haven’t really listened to that much of it but I’m sure it’s good.’

Swift’s eleventh album was released on April 19 as speculation the diss song was about Healy hit fever pitch around the world.

Choice lyrics refer to a man in a ‘Jehovah’s Witness suit’ responsible for ‘rusting my sparkling summer’.

Healy is known for wearing distinctive black suits during live performances and the pair are believed to have broken up in June 2023

According to Us Weekly, his reaction has been positive, and the people close to him ‘couldn’t be happier’ with how the record turned out.

A source said on Saturday: ‘Matty still thinks very highly of Taylor but we were all nervous about what she might have said on the album.

‘Matty’s family were worried that Taylor was going to rip him apart. Matty has struggled with life in the public eye, and he’s been doing really well, but the last thing that he needs is for every Swiftie in the world to think he’s a villain.’

Another insider told the publication: ‘He was worried that their story would be shed in a negative light’ but was ‘really appreciative of the heads up’ he got from Swift.

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