13 Songs, 43 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5

126 Ratings

126 Ratings

If you can't enjoy this, I feel sorry for you.


If you want the old Mat, then by all means listen to old Mat. You have plenty of albums to choose from. And this is coming from someone who LOVES old Mat. If you can't enjoy this new sound then that's fine, but I legitemaltey feel sorry for you and you're missing out!

Keep on keeping on Mat! LOVE the new sound!


Seany boy fan

Can't wait!!!

Mat has the new sound


I love old Mat and new Mat. It's all the same to me. If you like his sound in general, you can't go wrong with this one! He's a musician and musician's evolve over time with experience, knowledge, and through working with different writers, producers, singers, etc. Hooray, Mat!

About Mat Kearney

Born in Eugene, Oregon, singer/songwriter Mat Kearney began his musical career 400 miles south at the Chico branch of California State University, where he studied literature and played on the soccer team. After completing his junior year, Kearney went to Nashville with friend/producer Robert Marvin, with the intention of only staying the summer to lay down a few songs. However, after offers for recording deals started coming in, Kearney decided to remain in Tennessee to seriously pursue his songwriting career. Kearney's interesting blend of hip-hop and folk intrigued Inpop Records, which offered him the deal he'd been looking for and released his debut album, Bullet, in 2004.

Kearney departed slightly from his rhymes and concentrated more on guitar work for his follow-up effort, Nothing Left to Lose. Released by Aware/Columbia Records in 2006, the album proved to be fairly popular, with three songs appearing in various episodes of Grey's Anatomy and two songs enjoying successful runs as singles. Kearney returned three years later with City of Black & White, supporting the album's release with a tour alongside Keane and the Helio Sequence. In July 2011, he released Young Love on the Universal label, coinciding with a tour with Owl City. Three years later, Kearney delivered his follow-up, Just Kids. The album saw him working once again with Josh Crosby -- as well as MDL (Justin Bieber, Maroon 5) -- while drawing influence for the album from his time growing up in Eugene. He then joined Needtobreathe on tour, and returned with the singles "Face to Face" and "Better Than I Used to Be" from his 2018 full-length, CRAZYTALK. ~ Marisa Brown

Eugene, OR
December 1, 1978