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Matt Maltese has shared his new track 'Jupiter', a "melodramatic love-song for astronauts"

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Published: 4:50 pm, October 24, 2019
Matt Maltese has shared his new track 'Jupiter', a "melodramatic love-song for astronauts"

Matt Maltese has shared his new track 'Jupiter'.

It's a cut from his new album 'Krystal'. Due on 8th November via 7476, the record will be accompanied by a November headline tour.

“It’s a song about pining, filled with desperation and delusion," Matt explains. "A kind of melodramatic love-song for astronauts.”

Check out 'Jupiter' below, and catch Matt on tour at the following:

NOVEMBER
16 - Cardiff - So Young Magazine All Dayer, Clwb Ifor Bach
25 - Leeds - Hyde Park Book Club
26 - Manchester - YES MCR Pink Room
27 - London - The Dome
30 - Bristol - Rough Trade

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