‘Special edition signed CD’
A 14 song limited edition which includes bonus acoustic & piano versions from Rockfield Studios.
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The new single 'Unavailable' (Radio Mix) - out now!
Raising awareness for Mental Health Day 2020.

Listen for FREE to ‘Wave Goodbye' (feat Lydia Alonso) which was recorded during Lockdown.
Enjoy this exclusive live version of the song performed by
Matt Mitchell - Vocals/guitar & Lidia Alonso - Cello.
Enjoy the song & stay safe

Matt Mitchell signs leading single ‘Black Diamonds’ to Earache Records to go on the ‘New Wave of Rock n Roll’ compilation album alongside 14 other bands.

The Worldwide release is on Vinyl only and available in 3 colours, Black, Clear and Purple. The album is due for release on 13th March 2020 and you can pre order now at :

About Matt Mitchell...

Matt Mitchell, who is deemed by PLANETROCK as ‘The premium example of a modern classic rock singer’ has been known as the voice of a few bands before carving out his latest solo debut. AOR band PRIDE / Heavy Rock band FURYON and Blues Rock band COLOUR OF NOISE were all fronted by the British singer. With much appraisal from magazines CLASSIC ROCK /METAL HAMMER / FIREWORKS / POWERPLAY / THISISROCK and more Matt Mitchell has received a wide range of print and online press. BBCRadio 2 and Planetrock are amongst the radio stations that have championed the singles from the self titled debut.

Alongside playing shows in UK/Europe/Russia and South America Matt has performed at several major festivals including DOWNLOAD, BLOODSTOCK, STEELHOUSE, RAMBLIN MAN FAIR, HARD ROCK HELL, PLANETROCKSTOCK, PPM FEST, and Poland’s gigantic POLAND/WOODSTOCK festival.

In late 2017 the doors opened for a new venture in the shape of Mitchell’s solo band with guest players - MATT MITCHELL & THE COLDHEARTS. The band recorded the debut album at the iconic Rockfield Studios in Wales and shortly after in 2019 we heard the first of this new venture.

Excited and ready Mitchell is proud to be a part of the ‘New Wave Of Rock n Roll’