Matthew And The Atlas

Music |
3rd November 2023

Doors 7.30pm | Tickets £17 | Plus Support Memorial | Theatre

Matthew Hegarty (Matthew and the Atlas) has traversed a range of musical territories from classic acoustic folk to dramatic synth-laden electronica, and urgent guitar-led alt-rock. The common thread has been a songwriting style that marries a subtle melodic sensibility with lyrics full of natural imagery and dark emotional heft – all delivered in his striking and distinctive vocal. In the process, Hegarty has quietly built a major cult following in Europe and the US.

His new album This Place We Live is out in Autumn 2023 on Communion Records.



Peel back the delicate layers of Memorial’s self-titled debut album and it reveals a record of remarkable vulnerability and honesty. Through songs such as Moth To A Flame’s elegiac sigh or Latchkey’s spell-like interplay of voices and acoustic guitars, it’s an album that speaks of love, longing and loneliness with a whispered intimacy. Like only the very best and most affecting music can, it talks to you like your closest and dearest friend.

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3rd November 2023

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