Matt Palmer Releases Music Video for "Inevitably". Matt
wants to hear your take on his song. Share your inspired take on his
catchy love song for a chance to win a new music video using your
remix with unreleased footage from the original video shoot.
PALMER RELEASES MUSIC VIDEO FOR “INEVITABLY” AND
ANNOUNCES REMIX CONTEST
7-SONG VISUAL EP GET LOST OUT MARCH 9
Los Angeles-based pop singer, songwriter and producer Matt
Palmer has released the video for “Inevitably,”
Emerson. “Inevitably” follows “Get Lost” as the third of
seven videos from his upcoming Visual EP Get Lost,
out March 9. Matt also announced an “Inevitably”
remix contest on Indaba Music, inviting fans to create their
own remix of his latest song.
Palmer - Inevitably (Official Music
wants to hear your take on his song, “Inevitably.” Share your
inspired take on his catchy love song for a chance to win a
new music video using your remix with unreleased footage from
the original video shoot. More information can be found here.
Photo Credit: Brian Jamie
Lost finds Matt giving his catchy R&B melodies a more
danceable makeover, enlisting producers like A-Minor and NAKID
(formerly Edwynn x Tikal) to up the tempo and energize the arrangements.
The visual counterpart - which tells the story of one relationship
from start to finish with seven interconnected music videos
- co-stars Instagram celebrity Max
Emerson, and is directed by Matt's longtime collaborator
Bartley, who helmed his previous videos for "Break-Up" and
2014, Matt released his debut EP Stranger
Than Fiction, which marked his first release as an openly
gay artist. His first three releases have reached the top ten
on the Japanese iTunes R&B charts. After graduating from NYU's
selective Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music, Matt's soaring
melodies and heartfelt lyrics led to collaborations with some
of music's most exciting producers and songwriters including
Oak Felder (Demi Lovato, Alessia Cara), Fraser T. Smith (Adele,
Sam Smith), and the Jackie Boyz (Madonna, Justin Bieber).
case you missed it, watch the videos for the preceding tracks,
Act” and “Get