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Jade The Moon – The Tide

Jade The Moon are an independent alt – pop band that consists of Dani, Benjamin and Jeremy who started making music from the age of six. They released a brand new single, “The Tide” as the second feature track from their upcoming new album, 11:11. The group says that the collection of tracks on the upcoming release are best described as “musical photographs”. A moment in time turned dance party, true story turned love song, a daydream turned eerie alt-pop lullaby. Real world inspiration. This is the follow up to the group’s self-produced 2015 debut release Habits and Hindrance sees the continued theme of “cycles” in human nature.

“We self produced our first record and our current record ’11:11′ was produced by Colin Munroe …except ‘HOTELS’ by Adam King. We are always very involved in every set of the creative process but it really helps to have some in the room to make sense of all the ideas. We are always looking to collab with new writers/producers. @mikkyekko if your listening ;)”

“Fall Tour Dates in the works.  We will also be premiering our short film created and directed by Black/Cartel in Toronto last fall”.

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Jade The Moon
Toronto’s Jade The Moon has released a brand new single, “The Tide” as the second feature track from their upcoming new album, 11:11. The group says that the collection of tracks on the upcoming release are best described as “musical photographs”.

Anna Dellaria – I Choose Me

LA-based pop-meets-R&B songstress Anna Dellaria returns today with her new single, “I Choose Me.” The anthemic new tune will also be heard on TV Land’s critically-acclaimed show Younger, starring Hilary Duff and Sutton Foster.

Premiering today on The New Nine, “I Choose Me” is a powerful anthem for anyone who has ever felt apologetic for who they are or are not. Driven by tight production, Anna’s smooth soulful vocals captivate during intimate verses before booming with unbridled power on the refrain.

On the powerful meaning behind “I Choose Me,” Anna writes, “It’s an anthem for anyone who’s ever been manipulated, taken advantage of, or felt worthless for not fitting some ridiculous standard. In which you choose to commit to yourself and honor who you are, whether or not people are going to like or understand it. So often we are told to hide the parts of ourselves labelled as “flaws”, instead of looking at them as pieces that demonstrate strength, authenticity and character.  ‘I Choose Me’ is the moment you decide to say “f*ck that – I’m enough” and aims to allow those vulnerabilities to empower us instead of living with them as chains we can’t break and must make up for. ”

In keeping with the spirit of the song, Anna will also be donating a part of the proceeds collected from the song to Girls Inc of Alameda County. The organization gives girls from underprivileged neighborhoods the opportunities and resources that can help shape them into strong, smart, and bold young women.

A recent graduate of USC’s prestigious Thornton School of Music, Anna has truly honed her vocal and writing skills over the past few years – and it shows. She kicked off her career singing backup vocals for legendary acts such as John Fogerty and Chaka Khan.

Anna stepped into the spotlight last year with her single “Bolder,” landing a prominent sync of TV Land’s Younger and surpassing over 325K Spotify streams. With a rising profile, prominent furniture company Ethan Allen tapped Anna to sing in a national campaign that aired during the 2018 Academy® Awards.

Translating lyrical singer-songwriter catharsis a la Jeff Buckley through bold Aretha Franklin-style delivery, Anna Dellaria is quickly carving out a place of her own in the music industry.

Anna Dellaria
LA-based pop-meets-R&B songstress Anna Dellaria returns today with her new single, “I Choose Me.” The anthemic new tune will also be heard tomorrow (July 10th) on TV Land’s critically-acclaimed show Younger, starring Hilary Duff and Sutton Foster.

Boys Choir – Sorry

Boys Choir is the new electronic prodigy from Scandinavia. A territory already renowned for its brilliant dance tunes. They deliver a true blend between pop and club music with their hard hitting tracks and infectiously catchy melodies. On June 8th they released their third single, “Sorry” – A lush, grand sounding track with punchy drums, massive synths and glimmering guitars. On vocals we find the amazing voice of HART.

Boys Choir
Boys Choir is the new electronic prodigy from Scandinavia. A territory already renowned for its brilliant dance tunes. They deliver a true blend between pop and club music with their hard hitting tracks and infectiously catchy melodies.

DJ Soak – Don’t Make Me

Sergio Hernando A.K.A  DJ Soak at the early age of 24 years old has become a top reference in spanish scene electrónic and turntablism. Credentials, of course, is not lacking: in 2003, with only 12 years old, opened an enviable achievements in becoming runner-up Spain in DMC. Since then it has not ceased to be a landmark in the national and international competitions for DMC and ITF, now known as I.D.A.

“A young prodigy from scratch” would be one of the most successful definitions to discuss Soak, and that is that this kid wants to bite the world.

DJ Soak shows an innate talent, which has managed to shape practicing very hard since he barely lifted was a child and used to sneak the dishes of his brother Dj Elko. Soak has grown and grown into one of the new covering of urban culture of our country.

Valencian, but with good hands who could have been forged in the crib from scratch, at it’ s Soak bet the electric rhythms.

It plays in each of them to perfection by mixing electronic, freestyle, hip hop, and requires more than an unbeliever to turn his head toward the cockpit to check that this wonder is scratching vinyl meat and bone, ultimately free music that skips the rules without giving up the party.

Despite his youth, he has appeared on several TV programs that have succumbed to his savoir faire: Música Sí (TVE), Miradas2 (TVE), La Hora Wiki (Canal+), MTV (Austria) and in Rolling Stone magazine, Dj Mag, Vulture, Serie B, Hip Hop Nation, Hip Flow, Alittlebeat, Staff Magazzine or Deejay.

The best thing is that the reign of Soak just starting and we can only expect good things very good things, this guy in constant exploration of ways and innovation that transform and magically erase the dividing lines between musical genders.

DJ Soak
“A young prodigy from scratch” would be one of the most successful definitions to discuss Soak, and that is that this kid wants to bite the world.

TITLES AND AWARDS:

*Vize-Champion of Spain DMC 2003

*3º in the championship of Spain of the I.T.F 2005

*4º in the championship of Spain of the DMC 2005

*Champion of the Community Valenciana of DMC 2006

*3º in the championship of Spain the DMC 2006

*Champion of Spain I.T.F / I.D.A 2006

*Vize-champion of World/Euro I.T.F / I.D.A 2006

*Vize-Champion of Spain DMC 2007

*4º in the World I.D.A/I.T.F 2007

*Champion of Spain DMC 2008

*5º in the championship of World DMC 2008

*Champion of Spain DMC 2009

*Red Bull Thre3Style Champion of the Community Valenciana

Hip Abduction – Come On Get Up

Hip Abduction.

Hip​ ​Abduction​ ​began​ ​through​ ​informal​ ​jam​ ​sessions​ ​and​ ​quickly​ ​coalesced​ ​into​ ​a​ ​sound​ ​that​ ​attracted national​ ​attention.​ ​For​ ​Gold​ ​Under​ ​the​ ​Glow,​ ​the​ ​band’s​ ​third​ ​full​ ​album​ ​released​ ​on​ ​March​ ​11,​ ​2016,​ ​THA engage​ ​an​ ​indie​ ​pop​ ​acumen​ ​alongside​ ​a​ ​highly​ ​emotive​ ​and​ ​roots​ ​driven​ ​sound.​ ​Recorded​ ​in​ ​Nashville, Gold​ ​Under​ ​the​ ​Glow​ ​was​ ​produced​ ​by​ ​Dabney​ ​Morris​ ​(Wild​ ​Cub)​ ​who​ ​is​ ​credited​ ​with​ ​incorporating synth-pop​ ​teeth​ ​into​ ​the​ ​band’s​ ​global​ ​foundation​ ​and​ ​summery​ ​vibe.​ ​It’s​ ​a​ ​smart​ ​blending​ ​of​ ​world​ ​pop and​ ​club​ ​aesthetics​ ​that​ ​appeals​ ​to​ ​both​ ​audiences.

Sometimes​ ​inspiration​ ​strikes​ ​from​ ​the​ ​immersion​ ​of​ ​living​ ​in​ ​a​ ​far​ ​away​ ​place.​ ​The​ ​view​ ​of​ ​the​ ​ocean.​ ​The sound​ ​of​ ​a​ ​rainforest​ ​at​ ​sunrise.​ ​The​ ​smell​ ​of​ ​an​ ​open-air​ ​market.​ ​The​ ​embrace​ ​of​ ​the​ ​wild​ ​human experience.​ ​However,​ ​maybe​ ​the​ ​nostalgia​ ​for​ ​a​ ​certain​ ​place​ ​might​ ​be​ ​attributed​ ​instead​ ​to​ ​a​ ​feeling,​ ​or​ ​a time,​ ​or​ ​even​ ​a​ ​person.​ ​Sometimes,​ ​inspiration​ ​stems​ ​from​ ​a​ ​place​ ​that​ ​everyone​ ​can​ ​relate​ ​to,​ ​but​ ​maybe no​ ​one’s​ ​actually​ ​been.​ ​This​ ​is​ ​the​ ​music​ ​of​ ​The​ ​Hip​ ​Abduction,​ ​the​ ​vibrant​ ​St.​ ​Petersburg,​ ​FL-based collective​ ​that​ ​formed​ ​over​ ​a​ ​mutual​ ​appreciation​ ​for​ ​West​ ​African​ ​and​ ​early​ ​Jamaican​ ​reggae/dub​ ​music.

​Hip​ ​Abduction​ ​featuring​ ​David​ ​New​ ​(lead​ ​vocals,​ ​guitar),​ ​Chris​ ​Powers​ ​(bass),​ ​Dave​ ​Johnson (baritone​ ​and​ ​tenor​ ​sax),​ ​Sean​ ​Fote​ ​(keyboards),​ ​Matt​ ​Poynter​ ​(drums,​ ​vocals)​ ​and​ ​John​ ​Holt​ ​III​ ​(kamale ngoni,​ ​guitar,​ ​vocals)​ ​have​ ​shared​ ​stages​ ​with​ ​the​ ​likes​ ​of​ ​Grace​ ​Potter,​ ​Ziggy​ ​Marley,​ ​Umphrey’s​ ​McGee, Thievery​ ​Corporation,​ ​Matisyahu,​ ​311,​ ​Galactic,​ ​and​ ​Moon​ ​Taxi​ ​and​ ​has​ ​performed​ ​at​ ​Shaky​ ​Knees, FloydFest,​ ​Wanee​ ​Music​ ​Festival,​ ​Suwanee​ ​Hulaween,​ ​Deep​ ​Roots​ ​Mountain​ ​Revival,​ ​Sunfest,​ ​Orange Blossom​ ​Jamboree,​ ​Tropical​ ​Heatwave​ ​Music​ ​Festival,​ ​The​ ​BIG​ ​What?​ ​and​ ​more.​ ​Watch​ ​out​ ​for​ ​more festival​ ​plays​ ​in​ ​2017​ ​including​ ​Jam​ ​Cruise,​ ​Sweetwater​ ​420​ ​Fest,​ ​Summercamp,​ ​Electric​ ​Forest, FloydFest,​ ​Deep​ ​Roots​ ​Mountain​ ​Revival,​ ​Peach​ ​Fest​ ​and​ ​more​ ​as​ ​well​ ​as​ ​coast​ ​to​ ​coast​ ​dates.

The Hip Abduction
The​ ​Hip​ ​Abduction​ ​featuring​ ​David​ ​New​ ​(lead​ ​vocals,​ ​guitar),​ ​Chris​ ​Powers​ ​(bass),​ ​Dave​ ​Johnson (baritone​ ​and​ ​tenor​ ​sax),​ ​Sean​ ​Fote​ ​(keyboards),​ ​Matt​ ​Poynter​ ​(drums,​ ​vocals)​ ​and​ ​John​ ​Holt​ ​III​ ​(kamale ngoni,​ ​guitar,​ ​vocals)​ ​have​ ​shared​ ​stages​ ​with​ ​the​ ​likes​ ​of​ ​Grace​ ​Potter,​ ​Ziggy​ ​Marley,​ ​Umphrey’s​ ​McGee, Thievery​ ​Corporation

X.ARI – Stay v Go

X.ARI

X.ARI  the  Toronto  born,  LA  based  songstress  deftly  dances  in  and  out  of  genre  lines,  moving  from  enchanting  alternative  pop  to  gritty  hip-hop  production  under  a  cover  of  electronic  elegance.  All  the  while,  her  visceral  lyrics  transmit  messages  of  hope  as  often  as  they  ponder  tragedy.  It  is  the  mixture  of  those  two  elements  when  X.ARI’s  sound  and  voice  come  to  life.

X.ARI  finds  healing  and  her  unapologetic  voice  in  her  music.  In  addition  to  that  she  also  dedicates  much  of  her  time  and  energy  into  her  Pain  into  Power  campaign,  which  focuses  on  self  care  and  well  being  in  regards  to  one’s  mental  health.  Her  latest  single  ‘Stay  v  Go’  and  5  track  EP  “Dis-Order”  are  being  released  in  May  as  a  part  of  Mental  Health  Awareness  month.  There  will  also  be  a  line  of  self  care  products  such  as  journals,  candles,  etc  to  accompany  these  releases.

A  version  of  ‘Stay  v  Go’  was  filmed  to  air  exclusively  in  over  1200  Journeys  stores,  during  a  campaign  that  will  run  in  Fall  2018. “We  don’t  need  to  be  defined  by  labels  and  we  can  turn  our  weakness  into  strength  with  a  lot  of  self  love,  radical  acceptance,  support,  therapy,  and  consistency.  If  I  can  get  through  my  traumas  and  turn  pain  into  power,  so  can  you”  is  one  of  her  anchoring  beliefs  and  much  of  the  purpose  behind  her  latest  web  series  ‘Self  Care  Sunday’.

The  identity  and  name  X.ARI  is  a  persona  that  was  adopted  amidst  working  on  her  debut  EP  in  2017,  which  she  has  stated  “became  the  birth  of  a  totally  new  process”.  She  goes  on  to  say  “In  Nordic,  ARI  means  eagle  and  in  Hebrew,  it  means  lion.  It  is  more  me  than  I’ve  ever  been”.

Her  debut  EP,  Tunnel  Vision  went  on  to  win  several  awards,  including  Artistic  Echoes  Indie  awards  for  ‘Best  Female  Artist’,  ‘Best  Album  of  the  Year’,  and  ‘Best  Single’,  for  the  title  track  ‘Tunnel  Vision’.  Her  single  ‘Teachers’  also  won  the  Indie  International  Songwriting  Competition  in  March  2018. In  addition  to  all  the  accolades,  X.  ARI  is  also  determined  to  give  back.  Proceeds  from  every  show,  music,  and  merchandise  go  to Jack.org, the  only  Canadian  charity  training  and  empowering  young  leaders  to  revolutionize  mental  health.  Through  their  programs,  Jack.org  is  ensuring  young  people  in  Canada  take  care  of  their  mental  health  and  get  the  help  they  deserve,  when  they  need  it.X.

ARI’s  music  is  aimed  to  serve  as  a  vehicle  for  expression.  2018  has  seen  the  release  of  her  most  recent  single  “Vapors”,  which  was  produced  by  Justin  Gray  (Mariah  Carey,  Joss  Stone)  and  premiered  on  Wolf  In  A  Suit.  This  came  fresh  on  the  heels  of  the  EP’s  announcement  and  first  single,  “Cattle  Call”,  which  came  out  on  October  2017,  was  produced  by  Drew  Skinner,  and  the  single’s  release  party  included  a  SOLD  OUT  performance  at  the  acclaimed  Toronto  venue,  The  Piston.

Currently  she  is  working  on  a  remix  for  her  latest  single  “Stay  v  Go”  with  Bimbo  Jones.  The  release  of  the  ‘Dis-Order’  EP,  will  be  followed  with  new  music  she  is  already  working  on  for  her  third  EP  with  Midi  Jones  (2Chainz,  Trey  Songz).

X.ARI
X.ARI,  the  Toronto  born,  LA  based  songstress  deftly  dances  in  and  out  of  genre  lines,  moving  from  enchanting  alternative  pop  to  gritty  hip-hop  production  under  a  cover  of  electronic  elegance.

Lenii – Human

Ellen Murphy know as the music artist Lenii is a singer, songwriter, music producer and multi-instrumentalist from Cork, Ireland. Her musical journey started with classical violin at age 4 but, since discovering the endless possibilities in producing electronic music, she developed a love for fusing different genres and styles. At 15 years old she moved to New York to further her skills in music production, and subsequently spent years involved in the underground electronic music scene.

Her first single release of 2018 is ‘Human’, a subject of 80’s synth-pop influences and a forward-thinking approach to the underground electronic music scene. Having originally composed ballads and instrumentals from as young as 7, her musical style now showcases the melodic songwriting from her roots, mixed with electronic production reminiscent of the 80’s synth-pop era.

Her music is centred around her ethereal vocals and moving lyrics that focus on social and emotional subjects. Sent awash by reverb-drenched anthemic beats and twinkling synthesizers that shine bright matching a starlit night, her delivery of effervescent vocal qualities and reflective lyricism shows her clear pop qualities on full display.

Commenting more on the single, Lenii states “Today’s world is so divided and when it comes down to it we’re all human, we all feel the same emotions and deal with the same things.”

Lenii
Ellen Murphy know as the music artist Lenii is a singer, songwriter, music producer and multi-instrumentalist from Cork, Ireland.

Polo – Louder Than Words

Polo

Following on from debut EP ‘Alice‘ and 2017 single ‘Zeitgeist’ – an exploration into the unspoken electricity of new human connections, Leeds trio Polo formed of songwriting trio Luke Lount, Kat McHugh and Daniel Edgell are continuing to push their niche of affective, dappled synth pop with new single ‘Louder Than Words‘.

 Maintaining the intimate themes of their previous work, the track finds McHugh drawing from the age-old adage ‘actions speak louder than words’ and placing it in the context of a personal episode from her own life. “The song is about trying to find the right words to say to someone that you’re close to before there is a big change in the situation,” she explains. “It highlights how hard it is to find the right things to say when I had a million things running through my head, but also finding comfort in knowing deep down that those true feelings were shown through my actions.”

 Written in the band’s hometown of Beeston in Leeds – an area they knowingly describe as “famous for being a total dive“, ‘Louder Than Words‘ is about as far from its rough and ready birthplace as you could hope to get. Taking Polo’s characteristic bubbling synths and glossy, high-shine textures, it’s a track that embraces the sheen of studio polish whilst also ringing with a very human heart underneath. “Although the song is introspective and covers a relatively tough period, it ultimately embodies personal empowerment and not forgetting the good times,” says Lount. “The music has all of our typical wobbly bits, but over a more refined and cleaner backdrop. We love to have a lot of fun when producing our music and we spend a great deal of time exploring new ways to create wacky and unique sounds.”

 At its heart though, beneath the playful, plinking synth splashes that dance throughout or the subtle, undulating bassline that roots it down, ‘Louder Than Words‘ is an instant earworm that proves that Polo are growing as songwriters of clout even without the extra tricks. “It’s nice to have a song that sounds good, but if at its heart there is no substance, you know it”ll never go too far,” nods Lount. It’s a problem they certainly won’t have to worry about. 

Polo
Following on from debut EP ‘Alice’ and 2017 single ‘Zeitgeist’ – an exploration into the unspoken electricity of new human connections, Leeds trio Polo formed of songwriting trio Luke Lount, Kat McHugh and Daniel Edgell are continuing to push their niche of affective, dappled synth pop with new single ‘Louder Than Words’.

Corella – Caught Up

Corella

Fresh indie-pop quartet Corella started their journey in Manchester early 2016. Joel (Vocals/Guitar), Ben (Vocals/Bass), Jack (Guitar) and James (Drums) are currently bouncing between the studio and the road with their powerful vocals, melodic guitars and pulsating drums.

Their 5 singles have been supported by the likes of BBC Introducing, ITV’s ‘This Morning’, Manchester United, BMX brand ‘Mongoose’, and Spotify playlist’s ‘The Indie List’ and ‘Indie Roadtrip‘ both with over 195k followers.

A busy festival season included appearances at Truck, Y NOT, Blackthorn, Tramlines, Ramsbottom and Edinburgh Fringe, followed by a UK tour in October including their biggest headline show to date at a sold out Academy 3 in Manchester.

The lads have an upcoming Spring tour with shows across the UK including a headline show at the iconic Band on the Wall in Manchester.

Corella
Fresh indie-pop quartet Corella started their journey in Manchester early 2016. Joel (Vocals/Guitar), Ben (Vocals/Bass), Jack (Guitar) and James (Drums) are currently bouncing between the studio and the road with their powerful vocals, melodic guitars and pulsating drums.

Matt Woods – Ain’t No Use

Matt Woods

The best songs have the power to either heal or hurt you. When independent singer-songwriter Matt Woods is looking for a great poem or lyric, he has one main criteria: “I just want someone to break my heart in the shortest amount of time possible.” It’s the reason he carries around books by Charles Bukowski and Rupi Kaur, whose succinct words can pierce the reader right to the core — and it’s also a model for his raw and direct songwriting. With a raspy and world-weary vocal, Matt Woods writes about the darkest realities of love, loss, and depression in futuristic soul songs that cut to the bone.

Matt Woods grew up in the coastal town of Newquay, where he was always a keen observer of people and relationships. “It’s so mellow and laid back, it definitely sparked something in me,” he remembers. “I’m much more observational — I’m quite happy sitting in silence and watching things.” With an ex-West End actress and singer for a mum, Matt Woods was exposed to musical theatre and classical compositions from a young age, playing the violin and singing in a cathedral choir. That was his world until his mid teens, when he became entranced by the hard-edged folk music of Ray LaMontagne, and the iconic voices of Nina Simone and Otis Redding.

Breaking away from his choir roots, Matt Woods began teaching himself to play guitar, and nurturing the distinctive vocal he has today — a gritty, soulful instrument. “I want to just get as much emotion out of it as possible. I love the idea of getting to a point where it doesn’t matter if you don’t understand what I’m singing, you feel it anyway. I’m trying to sing from that place, rather than make the most pure and clean sound.” At 18, he wrote his first song: a painfully real ballad about unrequited love that seemed to fall out of him fully formed.

After studying maths at university, he spent a summer in Newquay playing songs in a beach bar. As punters bought him drinks to keep him playing for hours, he realised he might have something special, and not long afterwards set off travelling around Europe with a guitar and tiny amount of money in his pocket. Busking in Belgium, Austria, the Netherlands and elsewhere, and earning enough to keep going, helped Matt Woods realise that music was what he wanted to do with his life.

Returning to London, he turned his attention to writing those songs that could break listeners’ hearts. A chance encounter while flyering led to Matt Woods signing to his management, and soon after, releasing the triumphant, gospel-inspired ballad “Impression” in 2015. With that song, he remembers, “I discovered the difference between writing a song using your brain and writing a song trying to just use your subconscious. It’s sad and sexy at the same time: that’s ideally how I want my music to feel.” On his 2016 EP Ain’t No Use, he teased out the same melancholy-yet-sultry vibe, with even more anthemic choruses and looser, funkier production.

On his upcoming EP Re:Connection, Matt Woods’s songwriting is more reflective and nuanced than ever. On the lead single “Nervous,” he sings tentatively of rekindling an old flame over the glistening push and pull of MathsTimeJoy’s production. Matt Woods reflects: “It’s about that beautiful thing: when the person that makes you feel most calm in the world makes you feel nervous.”

The rest of the EP explores the highs and lows of that rekindled romance, cohering together to create a deeply intimate narrative. One, a smooth soul jam titled “Tongues,” picks apart the unique dynamic of dating someone from a different cultural background, or with a different first language. “What you lack in being able to communicate verbally, maybe you end up communicating physically,” says Matt Woods. “You end up having a deep connection physically, and in silence, because you’re saying all the things you’re struggling to say with words. At the time [of writing], we were three months into Trump in America, and the whole story of the song — it being a love song for people from different cultures — meant a lot to me in that moment.”

Elsewhere, on “Stop,” warm and church-like synths provide the backdrop to a brutally honest song about battling to get over someone, and to keep hold of your own mental health. “I was
really fighting with depression,” says Matt Woods. “I had to cancel a release. I was supposed to be going on a European tour, and I couldn’t do any of it. The song is both coming to terms with the idea that I’m never gonna be properly able to get over this person, but then there’s a parallel with depression — it might never go away, you just have the ability to make it smaller, and live with it.” He describes depression as “like this thing coming at you. You want to close off your body, to make yourself small. That’s what makes you then feel like you can’t overcome it; some days you can’t get out of bed, or you just feel useless. But if you stand there and open your arms wide and face it, and acknowledge it and attack it head-on, it becomes smaller
immediately, and then you can sort of control it.” Initially, Matt Woods didn’t want to release the song, which felt too painful to share; but its lack of filter is what makes it so real. “I just found a way to fall in love with it, and appreciate the way the song healed me.”

Matt Woods
Matt Woods is looking for a great poem or lyric, he has one main criteria: “I just want someone to break my heart in the shortest amount of time possible.”