Matt Maeson has premiered a new single called “Nelsonwood Lane.”
The track, which is available now for digital download, is named after the street in Gloucester, Virginia, where Maeson lived when he was growing up.
“When I started writing the tune, my intention was to write about a specific occurrence that happened in my life when I lived there,” Maeson explains. “But what happened is, it started to turn into some kind of time-lapse of many different experiences that, for the first time in my life, I realized we’re connected in a lot of ways.”
“It felt like I was babbling to a therapist about traumatic memories and the lyrics just kept coming,” he continues. “Whenever that happens, I know it’s going to be something very important to me and hopefully becomes something very important to someone else.”
You can watch the accompanying “Nelsonwood Lane” video streaming now on YouTube.
“Nelsonwood Lane” follows Maeson’s 2019 debut album, Bank on the Funeral, which features the singles “Cringe” and “Hallucinogenics.”
(Video contains uncensored profanity.)
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