Matt the Electrician's new studio album, We Imagined An Ending, produced by Tucker Martine, releases November 5th, 2021. The end result sounds both unlike any other album he has made to date and like quintessential Matt the Electrician: eclectic but inviting, adventurous but cozy, and buoyed by a disarming sense of whimsy that belies the earnest pangs of loss and heartbreak lingering around the edges and between the lines. Of the first single, "Home Again", Rolling Stone says, "The guitars are Big Star bright, the harmonies choir-like, and Matt's own delivery a jolt of clarity in a cacophonous world. It's a journey to zen, in just under four minutes."
Matt the Electrician's new studio album, We Imagined An Ending, produced by Tucker Martine, releases November 5th, 2021. The end result sounds both unlike any other album he has made to date and like quintessential Matt the Electrician: eclectic but inviting, adventurous but cozy, and buoyed by a disarming sense of whimsy that belies the earnest pangs of loss and heartbreak lingering around the edges and between the lines. Of the first single, "Home Again", Rolling Stone says, "The guitars are Big Star bright, the harmonies choir-like, and Matt's own delivery a jolt of clarity in a cacophonous world. It's a journey to zen, in just under four minutes."
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We Imagined An Ending
Artist: Matt The Electrician
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Track 1
2. Night Owls
3. Track 3
4. Big Changes
5. Track 5
6. Dance
7. Track 7
8. Switch Shadows
9. Track 9
10. When the Lights Went Our
11. Track 11
12. Anniversary
13. Track 13
14. Heartbeat
15. Track 15
16. Home Again
17. Track 17
18. Temporary
19. 1
20. What If You Needed Me
21. 1
22. Mindless

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Matt the Electrician's new studio album, We Imagined An Ending, produced by Tucker Martine, releases November 5th, 2021. The end result sounds both unlike any other album he has made to date and like quintessential Matt the Electrician: eclectic but inviting, adventurous but cozy, and buoyed by a disarming sense of whimsy that belies the earnest pangs of loss and heartbreak lingering around the edges and between the lines. Of the first single, "Home Again", Rolling Stone says, "The guitars are Big Star bright, the harmonies choir-like, and Matt's own delivery a jolt of clarity in a cacophonous world. It's a journey to zen, in just under four minutes."