Matt Palmer’s ‘Do It All Once more’ Is A Clean Ode To Summer season Romance

Matt Palmer is kicking off summer season fortunately within the throes of a brand new relationship, and he’s desperate to croon about it. 

The Los Angeles-based pop artist on Friday unveiled the video for his new single, “Do It All Once more.” The track, he mentioned, was written shortly after he started relationship his present boyfriend, and displays “that sort of euphoric feeling you’ve got throughout the early levels” of a romance.

“Good factor he was into me,” Palmer quipped, “or it actually might’ve scared him off.”

“Do It All Once more” is featured on Palmer’s new EP, “The Good Elements,” which additionally hit streaming platforms on Friday. Earlier this month, he unveiled the video for the EP’s lead single, “I Don’t Need It,” by way of The Advocate

Although he’s been writing and recording music for greater than a decade, the singer informed HuffPost his newest work is extra daring, each sonically and lyrically, in contrast with earlier releases like 2012’s “Just like the Ocean” and 2018’s “Get Misplaced.” 

Catch Matt Palmer’s “Do It All Once more” video beneath. 

“I attempted to exit of my consolation zone a bit,” he defined. “I simply needed to strive issues I hadn’t been courageous sufficient to strive till now. … I additionally had my hardest breakup and entered my healthiest relationship throughout the writing of this EP, so there’s much more shades of gray, lyrically.” 

A lot of “The Good Elements” was written and recorded throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. The surprising downtime, Palmer mentioned, was each “a optimistic and a damaging” for him creatively, leading to a creative course of that was “extra in suits and begins” than normal. 

Nonetheless, he’d like listeners to seek out the enjoyment in “The Good Elements,” and incorporate his new songs onto their playlists as June, recognized globally as LGBTQ Pleasure Month, approaches.  

“Principally I would like it to make folks joyful,” Palmer mentioned. “We’re lastly seeing the sunshine on the finish of the pandemic tunnel, and hopefully ‘The Good Elements’ may be the right soundtrack for that!” 

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