Matty Healy Says He ‘Hasn’t Listened to That Much’ of Taylor Swift’s ‘The Tortured Poets Department’

Matty Healy is rumored to be one of the tortured poets on Taylor Swift‘s new album, but he doesn’t seem to be affected by it.

The 1975 frontman was approached by paparazzi in Los Angeles on Wednesday (April 24), where he was asked how he felt about his “Taylor diss track,” according to People. “My diss track? Oh! I haven’t really listened to that much of it, but I’m sure it’s good,” he replied.

A few songs on Swift’s The Tortured Poets Department are widely believed by fans to be about her past alleged romance with Healy, including the title track, “Guilty as Sin?,” and “I Can Fix Him (No Really I Can).”

Following Swift’s split from ex-boyfriend Joe Alwyn in early 2023, there were sightings of Healy at the superstar dates on The Eras Tour in Nashville and Philadelphia, where he showed his support for the “Anti-Hero” star from the VIP tent and was seen joining opener Phoebe Bridgers on guitar. Outside of The Eras Tour, on May 16, Healy and Swift were spotted leaving Electric Lady Studios in New York City together, hours after he was reportedly spotted near her apartment. As the two exited the studio to get to a car waiting for them outside, Healy guided Swift past a gathering of fans with his hand at her lower back. Days before that, the singers were pictured dining, and possibly holding hands, at Casa Cipriani in New York City. Mutual friend and collaborator Jack Antonoff joined them for dinner.

Both have since moved on, with Swift currently dating Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce and Healy dating model Gabbriette Bechtel.

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