British R&B/pop artist, Matt Woods, channels his inner starry-eyed Sam Smith in his new single “Nervous” where we get immersed into the timeless moment of kissing someone. With velvety croons that slither through your ears and starts sending frissons all over your veins, Matt Woods creates a timeless atmosphere where everything starts feeling like they’re in slow motion. This is the type of song that you would expect to hear in a kissing scene. And even if you are listening alone on your computer munching Cheetos (like us), Woods’ majestic vocals still pull your heartstrings and make you savor the moment:
“With this song, I tried to capture the feeling of when you’re about to kiss someone for the first time. I love the idea that someone who can be your biggest comfort can also be your biggest fear.” shared Matt Woods.
“Nervous” is from Matt Woods’ upcoming EP Re:Connection, which is a follow up of his previous EP Ain’t No Use, released back in November 2017. In the eight months between the two EPs, Matt had reunited with an old love and decided to capture the fear that comes with it in his new track “Nervous.” Re:Connection will drop sometime in September, so hang tight.
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