This album was released 2 weeks ago.
|4||Like A Fish|
|6||Less and Less|
|10||As the World Caves In|
|100%||DIY Magazine||In a short space of time, Matt Maltese has positioned himself as one of the most exciting emerging British songwriters in years.|
|80%||New Musical Express||And, while it’s been responsible for the emergence of Tom Misch and Rex, Orange County, Matt Maltese might just prove to be the scene’s greatest offering to date.|
|80%||Music OMH||He’s seemingly appeared from nowhere with the full force of Atlantic’s PR budget behind him (although he’s actually been releasing songs since 2016), he specialises in arch, witty pop and has been compared by more than a few people to Father John Misty, and his Twitter bio describes his genre as “Brexit pop”.So do we need yet another ironic pop star playing a character and casting a sideways glance at relationships?|
|70%||Loud & Quiet||So ‘As the World Caves In’ is a romantic song about a nuclear holocaust while ‘Misery’ is ironically way more optimistic, sung like Maltese is in a dystopian jazz club.|