kill the wolf
matt’s eccentricity & imagination shines through as he applies his strange, psychedelic vision to distinctly english, orchestral folk pop.
as with his debut, 'kill the wolf' was recorded predominantly at matt's home studio with matt himself playing the majority of the instruments. the album features a host of guest performances, most notably from james robert shaw of everything everything, eric johnson of the shins, & mark morris of the bluetones. threads of fairport convention, pink floyd & t rex run through his vivid musical ideas, but the modern world infiltrates in the form of synthesised sci-fi textures that only heighten the irresistible bombast of the affair.