Taylor Swift EX-BOYFRIEND; Matty Healy shows off new look as he sports short haircut and a moustache while out in New York after breaking his silence over ex Taylor Swift’s brutal songs about their brief romance.

Matty Healy debuted a new look on Tuesday as he stepped out in New York City, after becoming the latest target for Taylor Swift on her new album.

The 1975 singer, 35, cut a typically casual figure on his outing, but looked noticeably different from his usual appearance.

He sported a much shorter haircut, having shorn off his signature long rockstar curls, and a distinct moustache.

Matty wore a T-shirt emblazoned with a Union Jack and drawing of former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher with the words: ‘Don’t Falk with me Argentina’ in reference to the 1982 Falklands War and Evita track.

The vintage shirt allowed a glimpse at his vast tattoo collection on his arm and he teamed it with a pair of brown corduroy trousers.

The Chocolate hitmaker completed his look with a patterned money purse looped on his trousers and pair of classic black Converse.

Matty’s outing coms after he broke his silence on his ex-girlfriend Taylor’s new album The Tortured Poets Department, which documents their failed romance.

Matty and Taylor dated briefly after her split from her long-term boyfriend Joe Alwyn last year, but despite the short relationship plenty of songs on the record appear to be about him.

Fortnight (feat. Post Malone) and in particular The Smallest Man Who Ever Lived seem to reference the star and the heartbreak Taylor felt when things ended, prompting renewed fan scrutiny of the period that they dated.

The lyrics in the latter song refer to a man in a ‘Jehovah’s Witness suit’ and ‘rusting my sparkling summer’.