From singing in the choir at Truro cathedral, to charming the airwaves of BBC Radio 1, Cornwall born Matt Woods is a star on the rise. His future-soul track, “Ain’t No Use” is a lush and powerful musical experience, with a deep soulful approach, directed towards moving on. The tracks’ honest direction and expressive weight delivered by Woods, creates a bittersweet melody that is as addictive as the intent behind the track. “There’s a difference between getting over someone, and choosing to move on from them. The track is about accepting that some people will always have a hold over you no matter how much you’d like them not to.” Talking recently to BBC Introducing’s David White, Matt shared his plans to spend time writing towards his debut album in LA in the new year. He’s in no rush though, determined to make the finished product one to remember. We’re so excited Matt has agreed to do a show with us. Somewhat of a homecoming gig with this roots now firmly planted in London, this show is going to be the perfect finale to a truly exciting spring season of shows.
Local support acts to be announced.