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January 31st, 2014
Back in 2011, Marianas Trench guitarist Matt Webb branched off on his own and released a solo album called Coda and Jacket. The diverse sounds on his album stretched beyond his band’s hyper pop-rock anthems and found the singer-songwriter exploring things you rarely find on a Marianas Trench record: softer melodies, a distinct synth groove and smoother vocals; definitely a nice change of pace and we were absolutely hooked.
Thankfully, between endless touring and promotion behind Marianas Trench’s 2011 album Ever After, Webb has found time to record more solo music. Right Direction is Webb’s latest EP, which takes off where Coda and Jacket left off. Filled with dreamy acoustic jams that John Mayer would totally approve of, Right Direction is a continued mixed of pop and rock, but presented in Webb’s own unique way. It’s not only exciting to see an extension of one of our favourite Canadian bands, but we’re also super proud to have been supporting talent like Marianas Trench and Matt Webb since day one. Check out our First Spin of Right Direction now!
Best Tracks: Right Direction, Heartbreakers (feat. Kevvy)
Listen to Matt Webb’s new EP Right Direction over at MUCH’s First Spins section here!