THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2016 |
Posted by: Mandi Dudek
Whether you like it or not, Justin Bieber's "Sorry" is inevitably stuck in your head the moment you hear it. Well, once you get a taste of the 1975's slowed down, funky-smooth cover, you might actually want to it on repeat. The Manchester-natives took a trip down to BBC's Live Lounge to do the unexpected with Bieb's commercial hit by adding some futuristic sounds and parping saxophones to turn it into a jazzy cover with some D'Angelo soul. Matt Healey says, "It's not really like the song, but that's ok" and he's got that right. The 1975 have been extremely busy working their new album I like it when you sleep, because you are so beautiful and so unaware of it, set to release on Feb. 26th. Let's hope we hear more of the funked-up version of the pop heartthrobs on their new album.