Out Canadian singer-songwriter Mathew V is thrilled to release his latest single “Catching Feelings” today via 604 Records. The extremely danceable track marks an evolution in Mathew’s career, following the release of his 2018 album ‘The Fifth.’ Co-written and produced by Ryan Stewart, Mathew is proud of his latest creation. “Knowing Ryan’s catalogue, when we finally got into the studio together, I knew I wanted something fun, cheeky and playful. The song developed in front of our eyes, and it really became our lovechild for a few months.”
“Catching Feelings” is infused with fun lyrics and dynamic beats, accomplishing Mathew’s goal for the song. “I really wanted this song to be something people could dance to. That really isn’t something I’d done before and it was super fun to explore that side of me. I want this to be a song people can listen to when they are thinking of their high school crush. Channelling nostalgia, fun, and playful energy.”
Channelling nostalgia, fun, and playful energy, I wanted my new single – “Catching Feelings” – to be a song people can listen to when they are thinking of their high school crush!
This year, I’m going big or going home – and I certainly have no intention on going home! I really f*cking love what I do, and I just want to spread that and share that with as many people as possible.
“Catching Feelings” is available here: http://smarturl.it/MVCatchingFeelings
About Mathew V
After 10 years of classical operatic vocal training, Mathew V moved to London, England at the age of 17 to teach himself how to write pop music. Now only 22, Mathew has accomplished a lot since returning home to Vancouver. Mathew penned a deal with 604 Records and his debut single “Tell Me Smooth” went top 40 on Canadian Radio (Hot AC/AC) for 18 weeks, peaking at #18. Mathew has written with the likes of Dan Mangan, DiRTY RADiO and on stage he’s opened up for the likes of Betty Who, Ria Mae, Hanson, Daya, MAGIC! and more. His debut album ‘The Fifth’ came out in the spring of 2018 and charted in both Canada and the US. The album earned critical acclaim from press outlets such as Nylon and Billboard, marking Mathew as an artist to watch. With strong roots in the LGBTQ+ community, Mathew has never shied away from expressing himself in his music, taking the cover of Spotify’s Global Pride playlist during Pride 2018. Now with a catalogue approaching 10 million online streams, Mathew is making new music, pushing his boundaries and preparing for whats to come.
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