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Matt & Kim – Like I Used to Be

matt and kim like I used to be

Even the most ardent Matt & Kim fan would have to admit that the Brooklyn based dance punks are not doing anything particularly revolutionary when it comes to their musical output. But even the most ardent Matt & Kim hater would still have to admit that they are by far one of the most compelling and electric acts in all of popular music.

They don’t need to transcend genre’s like Radiohead and Kanye, and they don’t need to push the boundaries of musicianship like Prince or Bob Weir. Through their devotion to their dedicated fanbase The Scream Team, their extraordinarily positive worldview, their supernatural charisma, and their energetic dance tunes Matt & Kim have made themselves one of the most beloved bands of the Festival Age.

On Friday, Feb. 23 the duo released their newest single Like I Used to Be as well as the name and art for their forthcoming May full-length release Almost Every Day. The song is an upbeat ode to Matt & Kim’s good ole’ days as dirty hipsters in Brooklyn making it work paycheck to paycheck. It’s exactly the sort of song we have come to expect from them and it will no doubt have the crowds moving throughout their upcoming spring tour.

Matt and Kim – Like I Used To Be – Official Lyric Video

Check out the lyric video for our new jam "Like I Used To Be"STREAM on Spotify/Apple/Amazon/Google here:https://mattandkim.lnk.to/LikeIUsedToBeWe wrote the lyrics just thinking about back in the day when we were less stressed and cynical, didn't need anything, didn't worry as much… "I could be more, like i used to be" wish it was that easy.

Posted by Matt and kim on Friday, February 23, 2018

Jeff Schaer-Moses

Jeff Moses is an experienced music journalist with more than 1,000 bylines under his belt nationwide. From the world's biggest rock stars to underground musicians living in your very own backyard he has interviewed them all with clarity and integrity. While some people think a great story needs a little journalistic spin, Jeff believes the best stories tend to tell themselves. For him covering big festivals is always big fun, but finding that band that is a diamond in the rough just itching to get their tunes out there is the greatest thrill in life.

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