Friday night saw Stockport’s Matter of Mind take over Night and Day Café in Manchester with a riff fuelled set full energy and charisma.
The band had support from Ballamona, Assembly Point and The Black Roses.
Matter of Mind have powerfully bold sound, filling the venue with energy. Their music has a front of alternative rock with pounding beats and capturing riffs, this is backed up by an almost pop-punk undertone, giving their music a sense of individuality.
The venue quickly became busy, and by the time Matter of Mind walked on stage there was a crowd filling the floor. As soon as the group began their set with everyone started singing along, holding onto the words which were sang back to the band. A liveliness spread around the room infecting the band and audience alike. Performing their new single, Just a Stranger, which was released at the end of October, Matter of Mind displayed a different side to their sound. I’d describe the song as scenic, taking over the venue and flooding the space, a slightly more toned-down track for the group but equally as dynamic.
You can find out more about Matter of Mind here and listen Here!