undercover Dream Lovers

A Way Out by The Undercover Dream Lovers

Based in Los Angeles, The Undercover Dream Lovers is the brainchild of . Immediately recognizable for his groovy bass lines, he produces and mixes all his own songs and writes the majority of them, from time to time inviting a friend into his project for collaboration.

As an artist, Matt has supported Parcels, Her’s, and L’impératrice. Originally from Pittsburgh, he has never signed with any label, navigating his career completely as an independent act. He plans on releasing his debut full-length album It’s All in Your Head in early 2020, and he is scheduled to play the 2019 Tropicalia Festival. Citing as his influences Tame Impala, The Beatles, Parcels, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Led Zeppelin, The Doors, and Daft Punk, he sees himself as a bridge between eras, combining themes and techniques from the past with those pointing the way toward our future.

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