Mattiel has announced her new album, ‘Satis Factory’

The news comes alongside the first track from the record, 'Keep The Change'.

Mattiel has announced details of her second album.

Titled ‘Satis Factory’, the full-length follows up on her self-titled debut, originally released in 2017 then re-released by Heavenly Recordings last year. The latest effort will be with us on 14th June.

Co-produced by Randy Michael and Jonah Swiley in Atlanta, the news comes alongside the first track from the record, ‘Keep The Change’.

Speaking about the video for the track, Mattiel explains: “The video was created by Matthew Addington, Alan Sabir and myself. I had about four weeks to call Matt up, plan everything, find a location that would give us permission to film, source props. It was crazy, but a lot of fun. He brought in this amazing DP, Alan Sabir, from Calgary. Alan freehanded a lot of the performance shots and our script was pretty loose. This gigantic cement factory outside of Atlanta gave us free reign over the entire facility for two days – it kinda felt like running around inside a video game with all the tunnels, catwalks and passageways. And they had this amazing mint-green control room that hasn’t been changed since the early 60’s… It was a dream.”

You can check it out below.

Mattiel is set to hit the road in the UK and Europe later this year. You can catch her at:

01 Arts Centre – NORWICH
02 Gorilla – MANCHESTER
03 Oran Mor – GLASGOW
04 The Caves – EDINBURGH
06 Astral Festival – BRISTOL
07 The Rescue Rooms – NOTTINGHAM
08 Brudenell Social Club – LEEDS
09 Whelan’s – DUBLIN
11 The Haunt – BRIGHTON
17 Paradiso – AMSTERDAM
18 Valkhof Festival – NIJMEGEN
19 Welcome To The Village Festival – LEEUWARDEN
21 Poolbar Festival – FELDKIRCH
26 Sala – MADRID
26-28 Low Festival – BENIDORM

01 Loco Club – VALENCIA
03 Le Chien a Plumes – LANGRES, FR

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