Taylor Swift and Matty Healy continue to spend time together.
An observer told PEOPLE that the newborn couple was seen showcasing some PDAs at the members-only Zero Bond venue in downtown New York on Wednesday.
Swift, 33, and Healy, 34, spent time with a group of friends, including Zoë Kravitz, Margaret Qualley, and Swift’s longtime fiancé, Jack Antonoff, on the day off from the tour. “Taylor and Matty were kissing,” the source adds.
Representatives of Swift and Healy’s group The 1975 did not respond to PEOPLE’s requests for comment.
Earlier on Wednesday, Swift announced it would be launching soon. Midnights (Until Dawn Edition)will include an extended version of the ballad “Snow on the Beach” with Lana Del Rey and a remix of “Karma” with Ice Spice. The album will also feature a brand new song, “You’re Losing Me”.
Swift and Healy’s last outing came after the two were photographed leaving Electric Lady Studios in Greenwich Village on May 15.
The musicians were joined in the studio by Qualley (28) and Antonoff (39) and a few other stars including Kendrick Lamar and Florence Welch.
Swift and Healy were also spotted hanging out with Antonoff at Casa Cipriani in New York City earlier this month. Photos shared on social media show the duo holding hands at the members-only venue.
A source told PEOPLE at the time: “Taylor is happy. She’s very focused on her tour but enjoys hanging out with Matty when she’s free.”
Another insider said, “They’re hanging out and having a good time. It’s not just platonic.”
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Healy is a regular on Swift’s Eras Tour, having attended all three of her shows in Nashville earlier this month.
During a show in Foxborough, Massachusetts last week, Swift said she had “never been this happy” during an intimate moment with her fans.
Taking a moment before the performance midnight to watch “Question…?”, Swift told the crowd at Gillette Stadium, “I’ve never been happier in every aspect of my life. And I want to thank you for being a part of it.”
“This isn’t just a tour, I just feel like it means something at the end of my life,” he continued. “So I thought of playing this song that brought me so many happy memories.”