The Day For ‘Doomsday’ By Matilda Mann Has Come
The day for ‘Doomsday’ by Matilda Mann has come.
If you’re not in love with Matilda Mann, you probably don’t have a heart. Her distinctive, soothing voice, gentle guitar and a wide range of emotions expressed through subtle lyrics make her a hippie angel rising star that the music scene has been waiting for way too long. She is an enchanted poet who will perform on the iconic stage of the Glastonbury festival next year. Delicate, mysterious and lyrical. Meet one of Britain’s most special voices.
Today she’s added another reason to the list of things she should be loved for, releasing a new single ‘Doomsday.’
“When I wrote that, that’s when it felt like the end of the world,” Matilda explains the inspiration behind the song. She admits to Fizzy that songwriting was one of the most simple yet the biggest pleasures she found during the lockdown. “When I did write a new song , I would get so excited about and the upcoming releases/ gigs.” With ‘Doomsday,’ Matilda wants to spark a sense of joy and excitement that everyone longs for.
Despite its gloomy title, the song is a gentle expression of hope, delivered by music. “Music can take you back to a time when things were better,” Matilda shares with Fizzy. And she adds, “it can remind you that the low times are just temporary.”
‘Doomsday’ is available on streaming services.