The focus of todays Artist Discovery is firmly on Emo/Alternative outfit Matter Of Mind.
Hailing from Manchester (UK), this energetic four piece have crafted a HUGE sound - riding a satisfyingly agreeable wave of energy and attitude, with massive sounding instrumentation and catchy vocal hooks.
Their latest single, 'Poison Ivy', is out today - an incredibly strong, enjoyable listen from start to finish...
For fans of My Chemical Romance, Bring Me The Horizon, The Used & Silverstein
Hailing from Stockport (Greater Manchester, UK), it seems this North West based quartet seem to have a very good ear for good music - having consistently released high quality, well written music since 2016.
The group met whilst in secondary school, performing small lunchtime gigs for their friends. It wasn't long before they outgrew the playground and ventures into the world of UK music venues - playing their first show at one of Manchester's finest, the Manchester Club Academy.
Having further solidified their love for performing, the Emo/Alt Rockers made it their mission to play as much as possible - seeing performances at gigs around the UK and at festivals such as Truck Fest, Y Not Festival and Tramlines Fringe Fest.
Their band worked alongside Ben Samson (Paper Mill/Lower Than Atlantis) on their debut EP, 'A State Of Mind' - a very enjoyable listen.
This was followed by a further EP and several equally awesome singles, bringing us to 2020...
Their new track,'Poison Ivy', is out today and is their best offering yet with a dedicated and skilful performance from the entire band.
Guitar duties fall to J Lambert and Ash Meadowcroft - together creating a huge wall of sound combing a delightful blend of atmospherically full, phat sounding riffs and deliciously meaty chords.
Matching this is Robert Bramwell on bass and Tom Downs on drums - adroitly locking in with one another to produce a tight and hefty rhythm section.
Aside from guitar, J Lambert also gives a strong and powerful vocal performance - fusing well penned lyrics with engaging melodies and infectious hooks.
Production for the track was down to Sheffield's Steel City Studio, with the group working alongside the likes of Phil Gornell (Bring Me The Horizon, All Time Low, Deaf Havana) and Callum Benson (Deaf Havana, Milestones, Hot Milk).
The future looks very bright indeed for this exhilarating young band - we can't wait to see what follows...
Listen to more Matter Of Mind by visiting their Spotify page.
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