Published January 27, 2019
Catching up with a recent Graham Norton Show episode, The 1975 were on to promote their latest album and tour and whatnot, and I believe they might have told the greatest story that’s been on that show. Matty Healy, talking on behalf of his bandmate, described to Saoirse Ronan and assembled guests a situation regarding one of her movies.
Adam came into rehearsal ages ago, once, and he said to me, he was like: “Have you seen that Lovely Bones film?” And I was like “Yeah.” And he was like, “It’s mad, isn’t it?” I was like: “It’s great, it’s good.”
He was like: “No, it’s like… it’s like mad. It’s like she’s dead, and then she’s alive and then there’s the credits and then there’s some other people. I watched the whole thing, it was completely mad.”
And I was quite confused, because I’d seen it, I just thought it was really good.
And he came in the next day, and he was like: “Oh… my DVD player’s on shuffle.”
This is crazy funny. He must have been SO confused. Why would a DVD player even have a shuffle option? It makes no sense! And Adam admitted he’s not seen the film in the proper order since, so he must still wonder what it was all about.