Jeff Goldblum, Bring Me The Horizon, the 1975
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The world’s most lovable actor, Jeff Goldblum has a few things to say about Bring Me The Horizon’s “Mantra” and the 1975’s “Give Yourself A Try.”

For MusicWeek, Jeff Goldblum had the opportunity to review a few of 2018’s most beloved tracks. Needless to say, Goldblum’s words are much appreciated.

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According to the write-up, Goldblum had relatively positive things to say about each track.

If you’re like me and you’ve forgotten your mantra, you’ve got this song to remind you it’s probably OK,” Goldblum says of “Mantra.”

However, while Goldblum seems to enjoy the 1975’s track as well, he isn’t 100 percent sure what it means. Regardless, the actor is trying his absolute best to bring the song to life.

“Wonderful song,” Goldblum says of “Give Yourself A Try.” “I’m trying to apply what I think they mean. So far, so good.”

Watch the videos for “Mantra” and “Give Yourself A Try” below.

Additionally, Goldblum gave more short reviews of songs such as Ariana Grande’s “thank u, next,” Arctic Monkeys’ “Four Out Of Five” and Eminem’s “Venom.”

In other BMTH news, the band just released a super freaky music video for their song “Medicine” earlier today. 

Additionally, Jeff Goldblum just put out a record of his own. The Capitol Studio Sessions is a jazz record featuring a plethora of notable artists. Check it out here.

What do you think about what Jeff Goldblum has to say about Bring Me The Horizon and the 1975? Sound off in the comments below.

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