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Matt Maltese has announced details of new EP ‘madhouse’, along with new track ‘Queen Bee’

The swooning new track featured appearances from members of The Lemon Twigs and Sorry
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Published: 11:58 am, May 29, 2020Words: Jamie Muir. Photos: Sam Hiscox.
Matt Maltese has announced details of new EP ‘madhouse’, along with new track ‘Queen Bee’

Everyone’s favourite London troubadour Matt Maltese has announced details of a brand new EP along with revealing a lush new track

New EP ‘madhouse’ is set for release on August 7th, following up last year’s acclaimed second album ‘Krystal’ (you can read our four-star review of that one here). Spanning six tracks and largely self-produced at home, Matt has offered up a tease of what to expect with new number ‘Queen Bee’ - a soaring track that features The Lemon Twigs’ Brian D’Addario on guitar and Sorry’s Asha Lorenz on vocals

Speaking about the track itself, Matt says: “It’s a song about the notion of finding ‘true love’, and being doubtful yet persistently and annoyingly hopeful. It’s a song that sort of speaks to your future lover with equal parts cynicism and soppiness.”

Check out ‘Queen Bee’ below:

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