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Second Listening Post; Love It If We Made It

The 1975’s, Love It If We Made It, commentates the social and political state of the world. The theme throughout the song’s lineage is the discussion of relevant socio-political issues that were prominent in society during the time of the… Continue Reading →

Third Listen “I’d Love It If We Made It”

In order to fully understand The 1975’s Love It If We Made It, one must dive deeper than the lyrics, and acknowledge delivery alongside with the official music video and live performances. The message of the song is not hidden… Continue Reading →

“Love It If We Made It,” First Listen

The song was released in the middle of Trump’s presidency (2018) during a time that was especially controversial and polarized. The nation was divided- either very happy or dissatisfied with the presidency. Matt Healy touches on so many issues and… Continue Reading →

“Love It If We Made It” by The 1975 + “The Words That Maketh Murder” by PJ Harvey

Other than loving The 1975 since I was a teenager, their albums became more and more political as time went on. Matt Healy in particular is known to advocate for social and political issues publicly on social media. I would… Continue Reading →

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