Matilda Mann is a 21 year old singer-songwriter from West London. Who got Inspired to make music by Laura Marling, The Staves, Fleetwood Mac. She's Championed by the likes of BBC Introducing, BBC Radio 1, 6 Music, KCRW and NPR, Matilda sold out her debut London headline show at Servant’s Jazz Quarters last year as well as previously playing tour support for the likes of Arlo Parks, Beabadoobee and The Staves. Her live skills – hushed, magnetic performances that quietly draw you in and lock you into the tales she recounts in her songs – have also seen her score acclaim as well as good support slots. Last year, she was named runner-up at Glastonbury Festival’s prestigious Emerging Talent Competition, securing a coveted slot at the iconic festival. With an arsenal of enchanting, poetic songs already in her bag – and plenty more in her future – Matilda Mann should long reign as one of British music’s most special voices. Following the release of her newest single "Doomsday" she projects a lovely track that will surely grasp your ears. Starting the track with a calming instrumentation leading onto her sweet and soft vocals she completes the track entirely. Explaining the track further it taps into some of the emotions widely felt over the last year as the pandemic has made us consider the fleeting nature of life. “Before the world is doomed, I hope I get to live a life next to you,” Matilda sings over layers of feather-soft harmonies and gentle guitar. To the vocals and production this track presents such a nostalgic sound that will truly get your head swaying. Being just perfect for a late night drive or just alone within your thoughts. Go stream "Doomsday" and check out her discography which is filled with amazing tracks.