Out Now!

My new record ‘Everything In The World Is Fighting Everything In The Sky’ is out now!

This 3 track EP features the songs ‘Fingernails’, ‘Me And The Devil’ and ‘Everything In The World Is Fighting Everything In The Sky’ with contributions from guest musicians Lisa de’ Ville, Simon Broomhead, Rachel McClean, Joe Strange, Liz Frencham and Mark Nelson, and cover artwork by Ariel Hache.

The EP is available via iTunes, Amazon UK, Amazon US, Spotify, CD Baby, BandcampSoundcloud and many more*.

Bandcamp customers can get a special ’25% off’ promo bundle of both my EPs – ‘Let’s Build An Airport‘ and ‘Everything In The World Is Fighting Everything In The Sky‘.

Check out the lyric video for the title track here.

*Like Google Play7 DigitalMedia Net and Last FM

 

About mattblick

Songwriter/Singer from Nottingham, UK. My 2nd EP, Everything In The World Is Fighting Everything In The Sky, is out now. I'm blogging (& podcasting) through the entire Beatles catalogue at Beatles Songwriting Academy. In my spare time I wish I had some spare time.
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  • http://newcoolnow.com Mr. Gee

    Awesome album title!!

    • http://www.mattblick.com/ Matt Blick

      Thanks! It comes from Woody Guthrie’s book Bound For Glory

  • CousinJustice15652

    I finally got around to listening to this (it’s been a busy past few weeks). Just have to say: I laughed out loud at the line, “My faith turned greener than cheap gold/As fake as American teeth”. What exactly are you implying, mister? ;D

    • http://www.mattblick.com/ Matt Blick

      Haha – sorry about that. It was just inspired by a film podcaster who was always going on about “British teeth” as in crooked and less than pearly white. I always thought – “you mean teeth that haven’t had any surgery on – real teeth”.

      • CousinJustice15652

        Yeah, no offence taken – I just had to give you a hard time!

        The line kind of reinforced my perception that Brits generally think America is somehow a country full of people with perfect teeth (on the flip side, “bad teeth” is an American cliche about Brits…). It ain’t true, I tell you! It’s mostly just the celebrities and people in commercials. But it might be true that America places higher emphasis on having a perfect smile. I personally have mediocre teeth (straight, but not especially white) and am happy with them.

        (Good grief, I’ve turned your EP announcement post into a discussion of dental work…! Sorry about that.)

    • http://www.mattblick.com mattblick

      Haha – sorry about that. It was just inspired by a film podcaster who was always going on about “British teeth” as in crooked and less than pearly white. I always thought – “you mean teeth that haven’t had any surgery on – real teeth”.

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