The 1975‘s Matty Healy has shared a recording of his recent solo live appearance in Dublin, under the title ‘A Musical Performance Of An Intimate Moment’.
Uploaded to SoundCloud the recording was shared from his new truman-black.com website, which first appeared earlier this month, linked in his Instagram profile. The 50-odd minute-long set took place on 7th June, when the frontman stepped in to replace support act Caroline Polachek at the band’s St Anne’s Park show after she was forced to pull out due to illness.
The 10-song acoustic set featured live debuts for ‘Then Because She Goes’ and ‘Playing On My Mind’ from ‘Notes on a Conditional Form’, plus covers of Colin Hay’s ‘I Just Don’t Think I’ll Ever Get Over You’ and Leon Russell’s ‘A Song For You’, the latter of which featured vocals from long-time touring member Jamie Squire.
The full track listing reads:
Then Because She Goes
Jesus Christ 2005 God Bless America
All I Need to Hear
I Just Don’t Think I’ll Ever Get Over You
I Couldn’t Be More in Love
Playing On Your Mind
A Song For You
When We Are Together
Be My Mistake
The new drop comes a matter of hours after Matty shared an image of a possible new singles box set from the band. Earlier yesterday, he also appeared in a new The Japanese House live session, shared by SiriusXM.