“Cringe” by emerging singer/songwriter Matt Maeson is an intense, raw, and bluesy rock song, replete with painful memories and emotional wails. …similar to Sonia Dada’s 1992 “You Don’t Treat Me No Good,” which included a  great line that may help explain the male/female divide:

 ”I know you used to love me,  but that was yesterday.” 

Maeson’s sound and style are a captivating blend of blues, roots, and folk—he’s top o’ the line and an original;  “Cringe” ranks #7 on this week’s Adult Alternative chart.

The lyrics are bits and pieces of thoughts and feelings about a painful experience, a toxic lifestyle, and unresolved emotions.

“She said my spirit doesn’t move like it did before”

Matt Maeson will be 26-years old on Jan. 17th and is from Virginia.  He grew up traveling with his parents, who sang in a Christian heavy metal band, touring the U.S., performing in prisons.

His first album was released in 2017.

Heads up.  The video is really gory.