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THE 1975

A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships, the new album from the English quartet, is an unfiltered look at cultural consumption. Frontman Matty Healy reveals, in his own words, the music and movies that inspired it all.

1 EDWARD SCISSORHANDS

Edward Scissorhands has always been a big thing for me—visually, that’s who I wanted to be when I was younger. [In] “Ice Dance” by Danny Elfman, which is on the soundtrack, I think you can hear references to [our new] music.... I know the next album [Notes on a Conditional Form, out in 2019] is quite heavily

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