If you are tired of the slew of singer-songwriters that we seem to have these days who seem to think that thrashing out a three-chord punk tune on an acoustic guitar is some revelation, then Matt Warren might be for you.

His deft, delicate, and slightly dark single, It All Made Sense, is a gorgeously understated example of what singer-songwriters can do if they bother to learn their trade, understand the less-is-more ethic and remember that it is all about serving the song, not the artist’s ego.

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