Vern Matz, Systematically Gone Review
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Thankfully many long-term friendships are formed in college, and many famous rock bands in one form or another met in a school setting. Vern Matz is such a group, formed by a group of eager Yale students ready to blur the lines of alternative rock with a singer-songwriter sensibility that is ignited by memorable tunes. The bandmates met at a college party and instantly connected over their mutual admiration for Radiohead. The group consists of Danny Belgrad (lead vocals, guitar); Noah Silvestry (drums); Michael Lituchy (piano, backing vocals). A heartfelt style of songwriting with venerable musicianship that some have likened to groups such as Wilco or The National, certainly that is not a far stretch as their latest single, “Systematically Gone,” is produced by Peter Katis (The National). Autumn is filling the air and Vern Matz new single is a must add to your personal playlist. That’s the short of It!
Systematically Gone (single)
Release Date: November 1, 2018
Haunting lyrics with memorable song structuring that is filled with depth and reflection. Vern Matz has created an embodiment of texturally rich harmonic ideas and lyrics that tug at the humanity of your heart.