For many, it’s typical to scope out different nightlife scenes instead of crashing at the first one you and your friends pull up to. Matt Martians makes his stop at The Last Party on his follow-up to his 2017 debut The Drum Chord Theory.
The album is one of two solo albums coming from The Internet clan this spring. The eight-track set, which he created over a two-week span, plays for 30 minutes and includes the lead single “Knock Knock.”
Martians crafted beats for songs like “Off My Feet / Westside Rider Anthem” and “Southern Isolation 2.” He recruited the likes of Omar Apollo, Dreamboy Oscar, and Steve Lacy, who stars as the guitarist in The Internet, for production assistance.
Swore that he wouldn’t release another solo record after The Drum Chord Theory, Martians’ album The Last Party is the product of heartbreak.
“Before I released [the album], I went through a really emotional break-up and instead of lashing out and telling all these people and trying to put this energy into all these other places, I’m not gonna say anything. I’m gonna put all of how I feel into this album,” Martians revealed to DJ Booth.
He continued, “I always tell people I didn’t wanna make another album because I didn’t have nothing to talk about [laughs]. Now, I got a bunch of shit to talk about and I love making music. Making music genuinely makes me happy.”
Stream The Last Party below.