Mattiel shares new song / video “Keep The Change” — LA date at The Echo

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Mattiel — Photo credit: Jason Travis

Atlanta band Mattiel are lining up the summer with some fantastic new tunes and a new album, Satis Factory, out June 14 via ATO Records. If their newly released single, “Keep the Change” is any indicator, the album is sure to be a fun and punchy, perfect for any summer activity.

“Keep The Change” shows off frontwoman Mattiel Brown’s impressive vocals and witty knack for lyricism. It’s a song that immediately draws you in, and is accompanied by an upbeat and imaginative music video directed by Brown herself.

“This gigantic cement factory outside of Atlanta gave us free reign over the entire facility for two days – it kinda felt like running around inside a video game with all the tunnels, catwalks and passageways. And they had this amazing mint-green control room that hasn’t been changed since the early 60’s…It was a dream.”

Brown leads us into her creation via a large control room full of buttons and lights. A brief phone call interjects before the music starts playing. Brown runs through an industrial warehouse as large machinery moves behind and around her. The whole scene is a fun collision of art and industrialism as Mattiel playfully transitions between being immersed in her surroundings and singing to the camera.

Mattiel’s new album was created with all the same ingenuity and creativity as their debut release, but the sound of Satis Factory is an expansion of their sound, and the band itself seems to be headed in the right direction.

Mattiel will be touring this spring and summer with a Los Angeles headline date at the Echo. Grab your tickets before they sell out!

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Feature by Patricia Sanchez

Mattiel Tour Dates


05/03/19 – Third Man Records (Blue Room) – Nashville, TN

05/04/19 – Hideout – Chicago, IL

05/05/19 – Third Man Records (Cass Corridor) – Detroit, MI

05/06/19 – The Drake Hotel – Toronto, ON

05/07/19 – Quai Des Brumes – Montreal, QB

05/08/19 – The Red Room: Cafe 939 – Boston, MA

05/10/19 – Berlin – New York, NY

05/11/19 – Union Pool – Brooklyn, NY

05/14/19 – Songbyrd – Washington, D.C.

05/17/19 – Cat’s Cradle (Backroom) – Carrboro, NC

05/18/19 – The Masquerade (Hall) – Atlanta, GA

05/30/19 – Gasa Gasa – New Orleans, LA

05/31/19 – White Oak Music Hall (Upstairs) – Houston, TX

06/01/19 – Mohawk (Indoors) – Austin,TX

06/04/19 – The Echo – Los Angeles, CA

06/05/19 – Cafe Du Nord – San Francisco, CA

06/07/19 – Bunk Bar – Portland, OR

06/08/19 – Barboza – Seattle, WA

06/09/19 – Wise Hall & Lounge – Vancouver, BC

06/12/19 – 7th Street Entry – Minneapolis, MN

06/13/19 – The Back Room (Colectivo Coffee) – Milwaukee, WI

06/14/19 – Blueberry Hill (Duck Room) – St. Louis, MO

06/15/19 – Proud Larry’s – Oxford, MS

07/01/19 – Arts Centre – NORWICH

07/02/19 – Gorilla – MANCHESTER

07/03/19 – Oran Mor – EDINBURGH

07/06/19 – Astral Festival – BRISTOL

07/07/19 – The Rescue Rooms – NOTTINGHAM

07/08/19 – Brudenell Social Club – LEEDS

07/09/19 – Whelan’s – DUBLIN

07/11/19 – The Haunt – BRIGHTON

07/12/19 – EaRTH – LONDON

07/15/19 – 4AD – DIKSMUIDE, BE

07/17/19 – Paradiso – AMSTERDAM

07/18/19 – Valkhof Festival – NIJMEGEN

07/21/19 – Poolbar Festival – FELDKIRCH

07/26/19 – Sala – MADRID

08/01/19 – Loco Club – VALENCIA

08/03/19 – Le Chien a Plumes – LANGRES, FRANCE

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