Premiere: Matt Wills – Lost And Found (Official Music Video)

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This guy… this guy!
Having released his ‘Lost And Found’ EP just on November 6th, Matt Wills is firing up an incredible momentum through lyrically loaded tracks and a uniquely executed style.


The four track collection is an excellent unfolding story, packed with punchy melodies and riffs and a slick tone keeping you coming back for loop after loop.


Speaking about the EP, Wills said:

“Lost and Found is so many little pieces of my personality from the past year that I spent writing the EP and each song. The video links all of the symbols from each song together;

ADX is the weaknesses that we all have which we cave into when it all gets too much. 

Chloe represents the beauty in life that we love.

The Ellie gun represents the risks that we all take but never accepting the blame.

Lost and Found is the compass that we use to find our way back  home.”

It’s been quite a year for the songster already as he recently signed to Virgin EMI and sold out a headline show in The Barfly… so we’re expecting pretty big things! Now with a release of this level behind him, he’s set to rocket, and we’re ecstatic for him!

We’re absolutely chuffed to be premiering the official music video for ‘Lost And Found’ right here on Fortitude Magazine, so take a look and let us know what you think! You can tweet us at @FortitudeMag and don’t forget to include the man himself at @mattwillsmusic !

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