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Matt Woods’ EP, Ain’t No Use, Will Send You R&B/Pop Chills Of Rapture

Darkly buoyant.

Photo: Courtesy of Wilful Publicity

Photo: Courtesy of Wilful Publicity

British singer, Matt Woods, released his four-track EP, Ain’t No Use, today and it’s an indulgent, extravagantly heart-wrenching record that shines with the moody patina of R&B/pop. The EP contains his Spotify’s Global Viral Chart single, “Ain’t No Use,” along with two new tracks: “Styrofoam” and “If You Forget Me.” All four show his dexterity to orchestrate instances that mirror the soulful swoops found in the hit works of Sam Smith and the like. Stream below:

“This year has been madness. I’ve been sporadically putting out material while still developing my sound. I’m really pleased that when I look back at 2016 I’ll have this EP to show for it. A couple of the tracks point to where I am coming from, and a couple of them point to where it is all going. 2017 will be fun.” shared the rising artist. He hasn’t announced any tour dates yet, so if you wanna see how he looks like incarnate, stalk him on Facebook and Twitter.

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