Camila Cabello Wants To Collab With The 1975 And We're Kinda Here For It

2 February 2018, 10:53

Camila Cabello, Matty Healy
Camila Cabello, Matty Healy. Picture: Dimitrios Kambouris, Andy Buchanan/Getty
James Wilson-Taylor

By James Wilson-Taylor

The singer revealed she is a big fan of Matty in a brand new interview.

'Havana' fan and good all-round popstar Camila Cabello has revealed her dream future collaborators - everyone's fave band, The 1975.

Camila was chatting to NME this week (February 2nd) when she was asked who, after her epic collabs with Shawn Mendes and Major Lazer, was next on her list. She, of course, went for the 'Somebody Else' hitmakers:

"I've met Matty. But it was a long time ago, so I don't know whether he'd even remember. I'd love to work with them...And Matty has such a raw emotion to his voice. A lot of times, before I looked up the lyrics, I didn't even know what he was singing, but I could feel it."

Don't worry Camila, we've all been there. There's at least three lyrics from 'Love Me' we still need to work out...

She also cited SZA and Charli XCX as other artists she would like to work with but The 1975 is certainly the most "out there" choice given their completely different musical styles. We'd be very intrigued to hear where this one goes. Your move boys!

Camila has just released her self-titled debut album to great critical acclaim. The 1975 are still in the studio, hard at work on their forthcoming third album, entitled Music For Cars.