September 28, 2018, London, England
Media Contact: Inside Mann Media & PR
LONDON-BASED SINGER-SONGWRITER MATT ADEY RELEASES ‘THE GIRL I SHOULD HAVE LOVED’
Matt Adey’s romanced vocals pull at the heart-strings, while setting a listener’s soul ablaze during “The Girl I Should Have Loved.”
A passion-felt ode about a lost relationship, the single, due for release on Oct. 1, 2018, was produced by music master Chris Potter (The Verve, Rolling Stones, U2, Keane) and features bandmates of the legendary Richard Ashcroft. The huge string parts lift the crescendo and an 808 drum machine, under a delicate piano, matches Ardey’s distinctive vocals, creating the perfect soundtrack, not only to life, but to the love scenes of any movie.
THE VIDEO TELLS THE STORY
The accompanying video for “The Girl I Should Have Loved,” premiering on Oct. 29, 2018, was filmed in a Victorian-era town hall near Glyndebourne, South England during summer 2018. The plot focuses on the story of a real couple who act antagonistically toward each other within this gorgeous space. The man explains to his first love, some 20 years later, that he made a mistake and that they should have remained together. To request the video for private viewing prior to release, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
ABOUT MATT ADEY
Matt Adey has performed at venues across the United Kingdom and the United States, including a residency at London’s Troubadour, as well as guest spots at The Cutting Room in New York; The House of Blues in Anaheim, California; and Los Angeles’s Genghis Cohen, among others. Adey unleashes a feeling that conveys a universal message to which listeners can relate. Having scored success with Simon Patterson on the dance friendly “Time Stood Still,” which appears on DJ, producer and radio show host Armin van Buuren’s A State of Trance 2015 compilation, Ardey continues to write songs for Armada Music. His own catalogue of recent solo work includes “Love Is Not a Game,” “She Wore Black” and “Broken Wing.”
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