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Matthews made his recording debut in 1994 as one half of the legendary duo Cardinal, with Australian-born singer/songwriter Richard Davies (best known for fronting cult band The Moles). Although internal conflicts forced a split (much to the dismay of their loyal fans), both Davies and Matthews went on to find success in solo careers. Matthews joined with Sub Pop to release two critically acclaimed albums: 'Its Heavy in Here' (1995) and 'Lateness of the Hour' (1997). He has sold thousands of records worldwide, and now, after six long years, Eric Matthews is back with the soon-to-be classic, 'Six Kinds of Passion Looking for an Exit.' "Six" is the number of years that Matthews was left without a record deal or any way to communicate just what was brewing in his head. Music is his medium and without a crowd of anonymous listeners, he was overcome by a kind of isolation that only the great painters and poets of 19th century France could understand. 'Passions Looking for an Exit' has to do with the inner parts of him that needed a way out but had no vehicle. Being history buff, Matthews tried the application of leeches and the drilling of small holes into his skull, but nothing worked. The passions remained encased...until now.
After a long seven years during which we fans of Eric's great music have waited, he has released his new project.
It's been eight years since the last album... There's finally a new CD of brilliant new songs... It's Eric Matthews again... at last!
It's actually difficult to pin him down, but suffice it to say that his music is unique, and very few can be compared.
It's a pleasure to listen to him sing. I almost refuse to listen to this at any other time but after dark. It just seems perfect night driving music. Very well done.Published on January 10, 2013 by Mikeyboy
Some of these songs may take time to grow on you, but these are by far some of the best songs released by Mr Matthews to date. Read morePublished on April 3, 2006 by James S.
It took him 7 years to release this "album" of 7 songs. None of them have real strong hooks and they seem almost like leftovers from his last album. Read morePublished on June 23, 2005 by Acroyear