A wonderful songwriter and excellent reside performer, Matt Owens is the actual deal and we’re delighted to premiere the brand new single ‘One for the Grapes’. Bursting with power and fuelled by searing, wailing electrical guitar, that is the form of tune designed to get a crowd shifting. As quickly as the primary distorted notes resonate, the sonic pressure builds. Via quieter moments, punctuated with thudding bass, Owens delivers an interesting vocal with an fringe of grit. Then, he lets unfastened with that guitar, which actually soars in direction of the top of the tune. The accompanying video includes a passionate reside model of ‘One for the Grapes’, and the response and launch of an viewers out for time. The tune is concerning the residency that Owens and his band arrange in Bathtub’s liveliest pub. Their well-known three-hour units are distilled into one tune, recreating the texture and power of those standard gigs. There’s a number of pleasure to be discovered right here.
‘One for the Grapes’ is the opening observe and first single from Owens’ forthcoming album, which is due out in February 2024. Promising to be a wonderful follow-up to his 2022 album, ‘Beer for the Horses’, the brand new report is co-produced by Owens and AUK-favourite Robert Vincent, who additionally provides blues harmonica on the observe. One thing to sit up for from the founder-member of the always-adventurous and gorgeous-sounding Noah and the Whale as we make our approach by way of the awful winter months. When you wait, take in this and picture your self into the viewers at certainly one of Owen’s exhibits.
From up north however now hiding in rural Suffolk. An insomniac music-lover. Love discovering new music to get misplaced in – nation, singer-songwriters, Americana, rock…no matter. Presently having fun with Nils Lofgren, Ferris & Sylvester, Tommy Prine, Jarrod Dickenson, William Prince, Frank Turner, Our Man within the Subject…