On "Inside Your Mind," a track from The 1975's third album, A Brief Inquiry into Online Relationships
, Healy wanted to know the thoughts of a romantic partner. He told Pitchfork
that song is "about the idea of sometimes wanting to know what your partner is thinking so much that you want to smash their head open to look."
Speaking to Apple Music, Healy explained how this moody ballad shares a similar vibe to "Inside Your Mind." "I've always loved those kinds of Cronenberg, body-horror analogies, the tension between death and sex," he said. "I think that the morose can be quite sensual, and there's quite a bit of that in my work."