Tel Aviv artist Omer Matz is breaking into the scene with his debut single “Hold” – a cinematic blend of orchestra and synthrock that blends the graceful rawness of classy instruments with modern electronics. The result is a grand-sized soundscape where you feel like you’re listening to old-school symphony in one ear and a modern live gig in another ear. Stream below:
In regards to his debut single, Omer shared “this is the first song that gave me self-belief in my songwriting, therefore it’s very symbolic that this is the debut single of my career as a musician.”
“Hold” is from Omer’s debut EP, which is still in the works. You can find him on Facebook & Twitter.
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