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MATT CORBY Into The Flame EP lyrics

Into the Flame is an EP by Australian singer-songwriter, Matt Corby, released on November 11, 2011.
He may have been a runner up on 2007's Australian Idol, but rather than offer a flash-in-the-pan career based on his good looks and charm, this Sydneysider has stayed true to his heart. Having spent the last few years developing his sound overseas, he has triumphantly returned to Australia with his latest EP.

Produced by Tim Carr at Studios 301, this release is a move towards indie rock by the self-described folk singer. Into The Flame opens with 'Brother', which has experienced a meteoric rise in popularity (thanks to support from FBi 94.5 and triple j), and it's still like crack to the ears.

'Soul A'Fire' is a strong, whisky-soaked muddy blues ballad, and then there's 'Untitled', a song with harmonies so gentle and lyrics so soulful it could easy pull the heartstrings of the toughest brickie. The angelic Bree Tranter (ex-The Middle East) lends keys to the whole album, and her haunting vocals on the beautiful 'Big Eyes' are perfectly matched to Matt's own surprisingly powerful set of pipes.

This is the third release from Matt Corby, whose recent series of Secret Garden shows have connected his music with his fans in an intimate local setting ? and in doing so have helped him build a cult following that will outlast all the Idol fanatics. Penning all the songs on Into The Flame (no karaoke here), Corby is proving himself to be a serious songwriter who is not afraid to take his listeners on a deeply personal journey.

Displaying maturity beyond his years, Matt Corby's big vocals overflow with heartfelt, raw emotion, making Into The Flame an honest and uncompromising delivery. by Juliette Gillies, The Brag