In 2020, Dylan Matthew could be found tirelessly coursing through the electronic circuit, lending his name, vocals, and lyrics to cuts that would command the dance context like “Run” with Kai Wachi and “Train To Nowhere” with Fatum. He set his sights on 2021 as a year in which his solo career would gain further color through the release of songs that set his talents and his talents alone at center sonic stage. Listeners got one such look at Matthew on “One Sided Love,” premiered by Dancing Astronaut in May. They now get another with the release of “Summer 16,” distributed via Seeking Blue Records.
“I wrote this song about what has to this point still been the best summer of my life. There was just something different in the air in summer of 16. It was about an amazing group of friends (and a girl), and all the adventures and memories that I will forever cherish. I find myself wishing I could go back to that time in my life very often, because I didnât appreciate it enough when I was living it,” Matthew exclusively told Dancing Astronaut ahead of the single’s arrival.
The latest from the Supernova formally hits streaming platforms on November 12, but can be streamed in full one day early, exclusively on Dancing Astronaut.
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