1975’s ‘Being Funny’ album is this week’s favorite new music – Billboard
The last album of 1975, Being funny in a foreign languagetops this week’s new music poll.
Music fans voted in a poll published Friday, October 14 on Billboardpicking the British pop-rock band’s fifth studio project as their favorite new music release of the past week.
Being funny in a foreign language beat new music by Blink-182 (“Edging”), Lil Baby (It is only me), Nessa Barrett (Forever Young), hot red peppers (The return of the dream canteen), and others.
The album produced by Jack Antonoff includes the singles “Happiness”, “Part of the Band”, “I’m in Love With You” and “All I Need to Hear”. The ensemble continues to deliver the scintillating, alternative pop music that the band’s longtime fans know and love. Standout track “Oh Caroline” recalls The 1975’s work on their self-titled LP and second release, I like when you sleepfeaturing 1980s-inspired synthesizers and focused efforts from every band member.
lagging behind Being funny in a foreign language on the fan-voted poll was Blink-182’s new song “Edging”, with nearly 18% of the vote. Blink recently announced that the pop-punk trio’s original lineup of vocalist/guitarist Tom DeLonge, vocalist/bassist Mark Hoppus and drummer Travis Barker are reuniting for a new album and world tour.
The third category on the list was the “other” category, with 12.3% of the vote, followed by Lil Baby’s new album, It is only mewith 11.5%.
Check out the final results of this week’s new music poll below.