Listen free to Matthew And The Atlas – Temple (Graveyard Parade, On A Midnight Street and more). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. Matthew and the Atlas is an English alternative folk outfit based around musician Matthew Hegarty.
There’s a serenity to this second album but keening, almost soothing angst still informs their pastoral, earthily melodic folk-rock. The big weapon here, of course, remains Hegarty’s voice. Rich, anguished but solid as oak, it’s hypnotic on the album’s more serene moments ( Graveyard Parade, Mirrors ) and captivating when playing grizzled storyteller ( Elijah, Old Master ). Temple Matthew and the Atlas. After the rewarding emotional turbulence of 2014’s Other Rivers, have Matt Hegarty and his band found calm? Not quite, fortunately. There’s a serenity to this second album but keening, almost soothing angst still informs their pastoral, earthily melodic folk-rock.
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With their brand-new album Temple, Matthew And The Atlas are perhaps even closer to Bon Iver's breath-catching confessionals. Released on April 22 by the Mumford And Sons-affiliated Communion label – Hegarty was one of the first acts signed by the imprint – it's a record that bares Hegarty's tender soul.
Matthew And The Atlas is an alternative folk band formed in early 2010 and lead by Matthew Hegarty, a British songwriter and t. They were the first artist to be signed on the label Communion Records. Popular Matthew and the Atlas songs. Matthew and the Atlas.
ARTIST: Matthew And The Atlas. ALBUM, TITLE: Collection. Release year, date: 2010 -2016. Matthew And The Atlas - Temple (2016).
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Matthew Hegarty’s blend of classic folk and synths amassed considerable attention upon the release of his debut album under the Matthew and the Atlas moniker, ‘Other Rivers’, in 2014. Having supported Mumford & Sons in the early days, Hegarty was well versed in folk but his ability to blend those roots with a brush of electronica was spellbinding in the record’s finest moments: Into Gold, Pale Sun Rose and Counting Paths.
CreditsTommy Heap - Composer
Matt Hegarty - Composer
Eric Hillman - Composer
Brian Holl - Composer
Matthew and the Atlas - Primary Artist
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