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Facedown - EP

The 1975

2012

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Facedown - EP

The 1975

Released: 06/08/2012

Genre: Alternative

℗ 2012 Dirty Hit



  • 2:49
    Explicit Lyrics

    Facedown

  • 3:41
    Explicit Lyrics

    The City

  • 4:42
    Explicit Lyrics

    Antichrist

  • 3:01
    Explicit Lyrics

    Woman

4 songs, 14:13 total time, 29.63 MB

Song lyrics

Broken heads in hospital beds
Saving ends and pulling your friends
While you're chasing the first line, we made it through
He's black and blue and facedown
She's rushing in your bed
You take draws to sort your head and facedown...

Facedown

The 1975


Broken heads in hospital beds
Saving ends and pulling your friends
While you're chasing the first line, we made it through
He's black and blue and facedown
She's rushing in your bed
You take draws to sort your head and facedown
Then he said, "I lost my head, can you see it?"
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"Facedown" Track Info



As the introduction to The 1975's debut EP, “Facedown” sets the stage for the more sonically reserved side of the band (in contrast to pop-oriented singles “The City” and “Chocolate”). This self-produced atmospheric track features warm, multi-tracked vocal harmonies and lush ambient guitar, with lyrics dramatizing a drug overdose.

The band's interest in ambient experimentation continues to feature heavily in their music. They've also continued to frame most of their releases with similar introductory tracks—from “Intro/Set 3” (which Matty claimed was “a nod to” this track) to their twin versions of their self-titled intro on each of their full-length albums.