It’s hard to look away: Matthew E. White’s debut 7” single out now
Celebrate Spacebomb’s first release and cross the bridge to Big Inner
Every record has a road to it. I drive down it, sometimes a little faster than I should. I pull over to watch the sun set into it. I wake up in the morning just to get back on it again.
In the passenger’s seat is Matthew E. White. He’s got his guitar on one knee and his laptop on the other. The artist behind one of the finest albums of all time (with the Spacebomb family of performers standing right up beside him) is also the force behind a label that was born to redefine the meaning of that very word.
The release of this 7” today, available in stores everywhere and via mailorder, has all kinds of love wrapped up in it, all kinds of miles, and two songs that open the gates to an album that’ll probably change your life if you listen to it. Soon you’ll be able to. For now, just start the engine, look straight ahead, and turn the radio up. Wherever you’re headed, we’ll see you when you get there.
BUY: Matthew E. White “One of These Days” 7”
Limited to 1000 hand-numbered, hand-stamped copies assembled by Spacebomb in Richmond, VA. The 33RPM vinyl record is packaged in a vibrant two-color die-cut cover in a heavy PVC jacket. Includes a download coupon good for instant high-quality digital files
LISTEN: Matthew E. White “One of These Days”