BY: JOEY REAMS
Virginia singer-songwriter Matt Maeson has released an emotional single titled “Nelsonwood Lane.” The RIAA Gold-certified singer has already secured two number one singles with “Cringe” and “Hallucinogenics.” Maeson’s last project has been with USERx, a collaborative project with Ross “Rozwell” Fitgerald. The Hampton duo has already released two 2021 singles featuring other artists such as Pusha T and Manchester Orchestra. There is no official word whether or not this song will be included in that project’s upcoming EP release.
“Nelsonwood Lane is a street I used to live on in a small town called Gloucester, VA when I was about 10,” says Maeson. “When I started writing the tune, my intention was to write about a specific occurrence that happened in my life when I lived there, but what happened is, it started to turn into some kind of time-lapse of many different experiences that, for the first time in my life, I realized we’re connected in a lot of ways. It felt like I was babbling to a therapist about traumatic memories and the lyrics just kept coming. Whenever that happens, I know it’s going to be something very important to me and hopefully becomes something very important to someone else.”