Single Review: Little Matador - Stitch Yourself Up Featured

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More rock albums were sold in 2013 than any other genre. Fronted by Snow Patrol's lead guitarist Nathan Connolly, Little Matador have it all to play for. Begging to be played at full volume, their début single 'Stitch Yourself Up' is a force to be reckoned with. Raspy rock vocals, stomp heavy bass, and semi-violent guitar riffs; Little Matador have delivered the type of cohesion that could only be described as sexual ooziness. 


Speaking of the sexual, 'Stitch Yourself Up' is fully brought to life by its daringly frisky video. Set in a smoky strip-club,  Nathan Connolly proves his artistic rock God capabilities in a stunning twist. This band bring that potentially dangerous 'proud to be British' feeling with their sound, and it's only a matter of time before their tracks are riling up the masses.  


With comparisons drawn to the likes of Arctic Monkeys and Biffy Clyro; 'Stitch Yourself Up' is set for release this month, followed by an eleven track album. Little Matador will tour through April and May, alongside an upcoming support slot with Band of Skulls at Shepherds Bush Empire.  

Hayley Thompson

Music and writing make me happy, so I write about music.


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