Kalle Mattson

 
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Biltmore Cabaret & BeatRoute Magazine Present
Kalle Mattson

with Sunny Pompeii
http://www.sunnypompeii.com/band.html
Fever Feel
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Kalle Mattson

“In a lot of ways this is a record about hope. A hope that things will get better. A hope for the future. A hope for someday. Someday, the moon will be gold.” Someday, The Moon Will Be Gold is the title of the upcoming Kalle Mattson album, an album that is as much about hope as it is about death. Written in his childhood home in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario Someday, The Moon Will Be Gold chronicles Mattson as he returned to the place where he began writing songs, and gradually came to terms with the death of his mother 5 years prior.

Recorded throughout 2012 & 2013, Kalle Mattson’s newest full-length was produced by The Wooden Sky’s Gavin Gardiner and features appearances by Juno-nominated artists The Wooden Sky, Cuff The Duke & a song co-written by Kalle & renowned singer-songwriter Jeremy Fisher. Someday, The Moon Will Be Gold fully embraces the duality of hope and death, from the summery jangle of “Pick Me Up” to the opulent & euphoric “Eyes Speak”, this is a record that takes the young 22-year old songwriter to the next level both musically & lyrically.

“I had written about my mom in the past but never as honest as I was on all of these new songs” says Mattson. “I wanted to fully put down my own story. In a lot of ways I felt like all I had left was this record and finishing it. What I had put off for five years all came back to me in that house and I dealt with it by writing.”

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