Matthew Haley | Enjoy

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Enjoy

by Matthew Haley

Enjoy adds an array of electronic and eclectic sounds to Matthew Haley's acoustic songwriting style of dreamlike melodies, haunting vocals, and eloquent lyrics
Genre: Folk: Anti-Folk
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1. Don't Look Up
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2. For the Love of Falling
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3. Strung Along
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4. The Ballroom
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5. Ceiling
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6. Star
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7. Watch Over Me
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8. Carried Away
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9. Enjoy
6:49 $0.99
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The album Enjoy is the first public release of clandestine artist Matthew Haley.

At its core, Enjoy is a simple acoustic singer/songwriter album. On its own, Matthew’s music is drenched in odd progressions and dissonance, but it never drowns. His lyrics don’t necessarily strike a nerve but perform a sort of acupuncture. The style is as elusive the musician himself, with merely proverbial breadcrumbs as clues as to where influences may have come. Although overall cohesive, there isn’t necessarily a straightforward or steadfast direction to his songs. Instead they tend to go up, down, sideways, and circle back around.

The album Enjoy adds electric and eclectic sounds to complement the dynamics, tension, release, and meanderings of these acoustic songs. With this electronic production, the album might be considered borderline Folktronica. However, the production does not attempt to deconstruct or reconstruct what might be considered a folk song. As with the structure of Matthew’s songs, there are miniscule complexities in the production that build upon the idiosyncrasies of the songs, making them more curiously complete.

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