Matilda Bond are a musical collective that are very much representing their hometown of Brighton. With cosmopolitan, vibrant and diverse music, their sound pays homage to many different genres and musical inspirations. The collective have gathered a global fanbase and they’re sure to push this even further with their new single “Meet Me In The Middle.”
“Meet Me In The Middle” is an irresistible offering. Featuring swinging drums, grooving bass lines and jazz-esc guitars, the instrumental alone is immersive. On top, soulful vocals work hand in glove with well-penned lyrics.
Speaking about the single, they say: “‘Meet Me In The Middle’ is a song about feeling like a bad friend. It focuses on my struggle to be in two places at once and my hope that the closest people in my life still hold space for me in the moments when I can’t be present in our relationship. It speaks to the difficulty of balancing everything in life and still finding back to each other after a long period of silence.
‘Meet Me In The Middle’ is me asking that my loved ones keep me in their mind when I don’t have the mental space to communicate, and an explanation that even when I am in a bad place, they are still a massive part of who I am and are always in my mind.
It is written in the hopes that we figure it out together and meet somewhere in the middle.”
We, for one, cannot wait to see where they’ll take this.