Matt Stewart-Evans - Retrospect
This is my first introduction to the London. based composer and multi-instrumentalist, Matt Stewart-Evans and I’m over joyed to have come across his awe-inspiring work.
In particular, his track ‘Retrospect” is a lovely neo-classical piece that centers around a hopeful but equally gloomy tone and sound. It weaves back and forth with some moments holding a heavy and desolate vibe but suddenly, the main melody takes a turn and creates a more inspiring and comfortable atmosphere. It’s this fine tuned balance that creates such a unique dynamic within the song.
Retrospect is the single taken from my forthcoming album entitled "Solo" , also set for release via 1631 Recordings on 5th July.
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