Wednesday 23rd of August 2017, 7.30 PM

Matt Perriment

Matt Perriment is a 24 year old London based singer/songwriter establishing himself originally on the South England festival scene, who began writing his folk / indie influenced music seven years ago. 

Having just released his debut EP ‘Everlast’  on all major platforms, recorded in Iguana Studios Brixton, the this year will see Matt play at venues such as The Lexington, Barfly Camden, St Pancras Old Church, The Islington and the Graucho club. Matt has a strong connection with Sofar Sounds, having played multiple London and international Sofar shows.

Matt was on a Netherlands tour in Feb / March 2017 to promote the new EP, and has just returned from touring Germany and Switzerland supporting Josh Savage. In addition, Matt has been confirmed for festivals such as Blissfields, Winchestival, KT in the Park and The Music Makers festival this summer. Matt’s first London headline show is being held at the Servant Jazz Quarters on 23 August 2017, before heading out on his New Zealand Tour in October.

“Today, I am faced with an exceptional Folk singer-songwriter…Not only is his music tangible but different to what is out there and has the genuine feel of a professional, world-class act” – Musicmusingsandsuch

“The acoustic tent continued to deliver fantastic voices and effortless guitar throughout the day; notably, Matt Perriment, whose cover of John Mayer’s ‘Waiting for the World to Change’ was mesmerising and held the crowd speechless”  – Strong Island: Blissfields Festival Review

“Matt is a gifted singer songwriter living and working in London. His indie/folk is intricate and thoughtful. With a nod to acts like Bears Den and Ben Howard, Matt has captured everything good about the current climate of indie folk, all the while remaining separate and distinct” – Fairlight Studios


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