Sunday 24 November 2019


Chris Ayer

The Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Matt Simons is coming to The Hague in support of his new album ‘After The Landslide’. Wether you’re a longtime fan, or new to Matt’s captivating piano-driven songs, it’s bound to be a very special evening. November 24th at PAARD!

  • € 30,50
  • Kleine Zaal
  • 19:00
  • 19:30

*incl € 2,50 servicefee

The Netherlands hold a special place in his heart, and we love him back. A West Coast talent who first found success in Europe, Simons’ two studio albums to date – ‘Pieces’ and ‘Catch & Release’ – have seen him reach huge audiences worldwide.

‘After The Landslide’ is his biggest, most ambitious, most personal record yet. With nods to both Bon Iver, and Springsteen, it’s a record that approaches some of The Big Themes in our lives – love, loss, grief, and the power it takes to get through it all. Matt’s piano-rooted melodies ally themselves to lyrics that speak plainly, sometimes starkly, about important events in his life, and with these he crafts songs that make the personal ‘universal’

The biggest hit on his new album – ‘We Can Do Better’ – reached over 80 million global streams, 2 months in the Top 10 European Airplay chart, BBC Radio 2 B list and ROTW, plus Radio 1 support). His collaboration with LA-based artist Amy Kuney – ‘Amy’s Song’, with its acclaimed campaign video message of love, acceptance, and equality, show a deeper side of his song writing and have further bolstered a burgeoning career. Meanwhile ‘Open Up’ is about to enter the Top 30 European Airplay chart and is becoming another European airplay hit.

Een begenadigd liedjesmaker die de aanstekelijke refreinen schijnbaar moeiteloos uit zijn mouw schudt, en daar smaakvolle, tijdloze melodieën omheen schrijft.