Sound of displeasure

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“Ugh!” (stylized in all caps) is a song by English band the 1975 from their second studio album, I Like It When You Sleep, for You Are So Beautiful yet So Unaware of It (2016). The song was written by George Daniel, Matthew Healy, Adam Hann and Ross MacDonald. Mike Crossey handled the production alongside Daniel and Healy. The song was released on 10 December 2015 by Dirty Hit and Polydor Records as the second single from the album. The band’s obsession with syncopation and rhythm drove the song’s creation, while Healy explained the lyrics are about coming down from cocaine, drug-fuelled conversations and social interactions.

“Ugh!” is a stripped-down funk, R&B and synth-pop ballad containing disco, art pop, jazz, electro-funk, new wave and dark pop elements. The song’s tropical production consists of a synthetic funk groove, an electro-indie rhythm and a 1970s-style funk beat. The song is about Healy’s cocaine addiction, narrating a struggle between attempting to quit and the desire to continue. Themes explored on the song include sexual frustration, self-obsession and self-disgust, among others.

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