Matilda Mann’s ‘The Day That I Met You’ Looks For Hope

She places her faith in love...

Rising pop voice Matilda Mann returns with new single ‘The Day That I Met You’.

The songwriter is slated to play London’s Jazz Cafe on May 18th, another sign of her effortless rise. Fresh from selling out two shows in the capitol, she’s also supported the likes of Arlo Parks and beabadoobee.

New single ‘The Day That I Met You’ dares to be tender and open, a work of honesty and autobiography from the pop force. Aiming for something timeless, it’s all held together by the purity of the delivery, the emotion in her voice.

A song about losing hope and finding it again, ‘The Day That I Met You’ finds Matilda Mann learning to place her faith in love. She comments:

The world can suck. And some days it feels more like a constant than temporary. But then you meet someone, and the hand life dealt you, suddenly doesn’t feel so bad…

Tune in now.

Photo Credit: Katie Silvester

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