Track Of The Day 29/6 - Matilda Mann

'As It Is'Rising songwriter Matilda Mann made a deep impression last year with her bold debut EP. Spectral pop illuminated by acoustic frameworks, ‘If That Makes Sense’ was a tender gathering, containing some often explicitly personal revelations. New single 'As It Is' builds on this, opening a fresh page in both her life ad her art. A song about emotional distance, the nature of commitment, and making things work, it loops around that neat guitar line with Matilda's half-whispered vocal on top. Out now, it's a beatific return, so suggestive but at the same time definitive in its outlook. She comments: “At the time my boyfriend was in America for a month and I spoke about how I missed him (and how In relationships before, I had never actually missed them when they were away, and it was always a big sign for me) I had a few friends at the time who were coming to the end of their relationships, mainly due to long distance, but it was dragging on because they didn’t know how to let go.” “I think sometimes it can be quite daunting to imagine yourself single and to lose a part of your life that you’ve just grown accustom to always being there.” Tune in now. Join us on the ad-free creative social network Vero, as we get under the skin of global cultural happenings. Follow Clash Magazine as we skip merrily between clubs, concerts, interviews and photo shoots. Get backstage sneak peeks, exclusive content and access to Clash Live events and a true view into our world as the fun and games unfold. Buy Clash Magazine  

Track Of The Day 29/6 - Matilda Mann
'As It Is'

Rising songwriter Matilda Mann made a deep impression last year with her bold debut EP.

Spectral pop illuminated by acoustic frameworks, ‘If That Makes Sense’ was a tender gathering, containing some often explicitly personal revelations.

New single 'As It Is' builds on this, opening a fresh page in both her life ad her art.

A song about emotional distance, the nature of commitment, and making things work, it loops around that neat guitar line with Matilda's half-whispered vocal on top.

Out now, it's a beatific return, so suggestive but at the same time definitive in its outlook. She comments:

“At the time my boyfriend was in America for a month and I spoke about how I missed him (and how In relationships before, I had never actually missed them when they were away, and it was always a big sign for me) I had a few friends at the time who were coming to the end of their relationships, mainly due to long distance, but it was dragging on because they didn’t know how to let go.”

“I think sometimes it can be quite daunting to imagine yourself single and to lose a part of your life that you’ve just grown accustom to always being there.”

Tune in now.

Join us on the ad-free creative social network Vero, as we get under the skin of global cultural happenings. Follow Clash Magazine as we skip merrily between clubs, concerts, interviews and photo shoots. Get backstage sneak peeks, exclusive content and access to Clash Live events and a true view into our world as the fun and games unfold.

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New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Announces MTV VMAs Date & Location

The MTV Video Music Awards are a go. Gov. Andrew Cuomo first made the announcement during his June 29 press briefing. Get the details.

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Announces MTV VMAs Date & Location

It’s happening! The MTV Video Music Awards are a go. Gov. Andrew Cuomo of New York made the announcement during his Monday (June 29) press briefing, telling viewers that the annual ceremony would be held in Brooklyn.

As the governor announced that New York City would be entering Phase III of reopening on July 6, he shared the unexpected news. “The Video Music Awards are going to be held Sunday, August 30, at Barclays Center,” he said.

The slide displayed at the time also noted that “the event will follow all safety guidance, including limited or no audience.”

Billboard has reached out to MTV for comment.

In May, MTV told Billboard in a statement that they were looking into the possibility of safely holding the event live. “We’re exploring with government officials, the medical community, and key stakeholders on how to safely hold the 2020 VMAs at Barclays Center,” an MTV spokesperson said at the time. “The health of everyone involved remains our No. 1 priority. Additionally, we are working on several contingency plans to bring music’s biggest night to audiences everywhere.”

At the time, New York was the epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic. Since then, the state has significantly reduced the number of new infections, and has been gradually reopening. Meanwhile, cases of COVID-19 have been spiking elsewhere around the country.

Watch Cuomo’s VMAs announcement, which begins at roughly the 12:30 mark:

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