A Malaysian festival has been canceled after famous singer Matty Healy attacked the anti-LGBT law. He is best known as the singer from 1975. This scene is currently going viral on the internet and making headlines. First you need to know who Matty Healy is. So, Matty Healy is a famous frontman, lead vocalist and songwriter from the UK, best known as the leader of a famous alternative rock band in 1975. He was born in London, England on April 8, 1989. Actresses Denise Welch and Tim Healy are Matty’s parents. The 1975 formed in Manchester in 2002. At first they were called “Drive Like I Do”, then “The Slowdown” and finally “The 1975” in 2012. The band consists of Matty Healy, guitarist Adam Hann, bassist Ross MacDonald and drummer George Daniel.
Matty Healy in 1975 kisses a bandmate
The 1975 self-titled debut album, “1975,” which was released in 2013, garnered significant attention and a loyal following for its signature fusion of indie rock, pop, and electronic elements. The popular songs on the album were “Chocolate” and “Sex”. They continued to gain popularity with their following albums, “I Like It When You Sleep, Because You’re So Beautiful Yet So Unconscious” (2016) and “A Brief Investigation Into Online Relationships” (2018), which received critical acclaim for their innovative aesthetic style and thought-provoking lyrics.
Matty Healy is known for his thoughtful and socially conscious music, often examining themes of love, addiction, mental health, and the impact of technology on society. He has received praise for both his engaging onstage persona and his ability to use music to address important issues. After releasing several successful albums, Matty Healy and 1975 went on to make a significant impact on the alternative music industry. Now read about the new controversy in the next paragraph.
Malaysian festival canceled after Matty Healy attacked anti-LGBT laws. This scene caught everyone’s attention on the internet. His fans are very shocked. This scene happened when he and his band performed at the Good Vibes Festival in 1975. Matty claimed the audience was in a profanity-filled speech before kissing bassist Ross MacDonald. Following the incident, the gang stopped and received orders from officers. According to the source, homosexuality is completely prohibited in Malaysia and carries a sentence of 20 years. A video has gone viral in which Matty says that coming to Malaysia was his biggest mistake. Matty was very angry because as we all know Matty has been an advocate for the LGBTQ+ community for a long time and he stood up to them.