|Dec / 2018||•||Supersonic Festival||Birmingham|
|Aug / 2018||•||Matters||Bristol|
|Aug / 2018||•||Matters||Cardiff|
|Aug / 2018||•||Matters||Birmingham|
|Jul / 2018||•||Lunar Festival||Warwickshire|
|Jul / 2018||•||Matters||Nottingham|
|Apr / 2018||•||Matters||Birmingham|
|Mar / 2018||•||Big Lad||Stourbridge|
|Feb / 2018||•||Victories At Sea||Birmingham|
|Oct / 2017||•||Idles||Birmingham|
|Aug / 2017||•||Sunburn festival||London|
|Aug / 2017||•||Holy Fuck||Birmingham|
|May / 2017||•||Victories At Sea||Birmingham|
|May / 2017||•||Postwar Glamour Girls||Birmingham|
|Mar / 2017||•||Hoopla Blue||Birmingham|
|Dec / 2016||•||God Damn, Youth Man||Birmingham|
|Label / Release||Type||Year|
|Static Caravan Recordings|
Formed in the old factory spaces of digbeth, Matters embarked on the journey to finding their sound in 2015.The push and pull of the three personalities that make up Matters can be heard, taking the music into new and often strange directions.
Matters utilise synthesisers, guitars and drums to create expansive music, blending krautrock, psychedelic, post rock and techno into a rich and powerful sound.
Matters have been championed by Steve Lamacq and their first single taken from this record placed on his BBC 6 Music recommends playlist.
2017 saw them win support slots with the likes of Postwar Glamour Girls, Holyfuck, IDLES & Merchandise.