Single Review: Matt And The Beanstalk – ‘Symphony’

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Hailing from Nottingham, and citing influences ranging from Kate Bush to Darwin Deez, Matt And The Beanstalk has teamed up with producer Bramwell Bronte to create his anthemic debut single.

Telling the story of an angel who struggles to believe in herself, ‘Symphony’ flows with soaring melodies and impassioned vocals. Exuding a delicate grace amongst its rich musical layers, it’s an emotive and uplifting offering that showcases the sonic delights that Matt And The Beanstalk is capable of.

Sure to please the ears of fans of the likes of Bastille or Kodaline, ‘Symphony’ is sure to be the first of many infectious indie pop creations from the Nottingham artist.

‘Symphony’ is out now via Beanstalk Records.

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