Matilda Mann has announced the release of her new single ‘Nothing At All’ featuring the hushed tones of Lucy Lu – aka Luke Bower.
“’Nothing At All’ was written sometime last year with Luke, we sat down and he played this really chilled guitar line. We talked about relationships and how my friends were all struggling being with just one person, especially when you’re young and it doesn’t feel exactly right. The song is about wondering why you’re being tempted by the idea of getting out of a relationship and being worried it’s wrong, because “you know nothing at all”. I think this is something everyone at every age worries about,” Matilda says of the track.
Take a listen below…
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Growing up in West London listening to the classics; The Beatles, Joni Mitchell and Kate Bush, 19-year-old musician Matilda Mann wrote her first song at the age of eleven.
More recently inspired by the likes of Laura Marling, Big Thief and The Staves, her songs, originally written as notes taken from conversations with friends, or those overheard during tube rides and working in a pub, express a wealth of life experience that belie her tender years.
Having finished her studies last year, Matilda has spent the last twelve months becoming streetwise with support tours alongside Will Joseph Cook, Beabadoobee and Rosie Carney.
‘Nothing At All’ is the third track taken from debut EP, ‘if that makes sense’.