Blues Music

UK-based singer-songwriter Matthew Hallows debut EP 'Don't Turn Out The Lights'


UK-based singer-songwriter Matthew Hallows has released his heart-fuelled debut EP ‘Don’t Turn Out The Lights’ – out now on all major streaming platforms. 

The EP is an accomplishment not just in the way it showcases Matthew Hallows’ singer-songwriter talents, it is also a musical rendition which chronologically depicts the different stages of a relationship through five songs, starting from the excitement and intrigue of the beginning of a budding romance, to the pain, confusion and heartfelt rawness of a breakup. 

The sound of ‘Don’t Turn Out The Lights’ ranges from moody piano ballads when the subject is going through a hard time in tracks like ‘Somebody Like You’, to more upbeat, catchy and bouncy tunes when love is blossoming in tracks such as ‘I Can See It’. 

Matthew drew on his own relationship history when writing ‘Don’t Turn Out The Lights’, combining his personal experience and musical influences from artists including Ed Sheeran and Jason Mraz to create his powerful story-telling sound.

Source link

Related posts

Review: The Commonheart ‘For Work or Love’

Kurt Jerry

Dolly Parton Confirms Retirement from Touring, New Rock Album

Kurt Jerry

rockabilly/soul/blues songstress Lily Locksmith posthumous album release

Kurt Jerry

Leave a Comment