The Matinee Can Go On All Day Long With Their Homely Sound Demonstrated At Its Best With Bad Addiction
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Their new album is out in just a couple of days and making way for the big release is the latest video single. Bad Addiction sees americana and classic rock work together in a well-written and intriguing burst of brilliance. If you like music like The Black Crowes, Butch Walker, or Blitzen Trapper, then The Matinee will be more than suitable for your playlist. The album was made with the genuine skills of Steve Dawson in Nashville, who’s already brought to life music by Matt Andersen, Old Man Luedecke, and Birds Of Chicago. He’s really helped the group to capture the live essence of their songs while ensuring a pitch-perfect rendition that can be put on repeat. We could all probably do with less of one thing or another, but we could get used to having a lot more of The Matinee.
A crash of drums brings a smooth and laid-back guitar melody and rhythm. Elements of Fleetwood Mac shine in the chords as the wave-like guitar laps across the breakers. An upbeat vocal enters, with a sense of gospel music highlighting the emotions on the harmony. New feels of breezy blues guitar maintain a firm rock body as the swaying grasses reach out in unison as the breath of the truth moves them in ripples of outward inertia breaking activity. As the music progresses, a gorgeous organ sound shines from a space in the hay-coloured clouds to add an extra comb of the soundscape. Laid-back and as listenable as rivers and birdsong, Bad Addiction from The Matinee is morish and wholesome.
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