Out Here

Matthew Smith

An ear-pleasing alternative tune that reflects on finding a home in an unexpected place.

Jeju, South Korea-based musical creative, Matthew Smith, is an independent multi-instrumentalist who crafts stunning tunes. Smith takes inspiration for his music from Iron & Wine, Jimmy Eat World, William Fitzsimmons, and Phoebe Bridgers. His unique sound fuses elements of alternative rock and indie pop for an attention-grabbing sound that usually stirs up a whirlwind of emotions. Some of Smith’s previous work includes songs like “In The Heat of the Night,” “Kit Kat’s Theme,” and “Polygraph.” His latest drop is the nine-track album Back To Me, which features the song “Out Here.”

Starting out with an easygoing mix of mellow instrumentals, “Out Here” quickly cranks things up to 100 with a charged-up blend of high-energy beats that perfectly complement the track’s emotional exploration. Lyrics like “Out here, we find our own way / Out here, we own our own fate” and “Out here, it’s getting harder every day / To make an impression anyway” reflect on finding a home in an unexpected place. With its delightfully dynamic backdrop and plenty of powerful declarations, Matthew Smith gifts us with a meaningful alternative track that’s sure to leave a lasting impression. So, press play and let the introspective words of “Out Here” guide you home.


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