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CMAT releases fourth single from forthcoming album – ‘Say Something’

CMAT releases fourth single from forthcoming album – ‘Say Something’

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After adding a third date to her Dublin shows yesterday, CMAT followed it up with the debut of a new song and video, debuted as a Hottest Record In The World on Clara Amfo’s BBC Radio 1 show last night.


‘Stay For Something’ follows on from ‘Where Are Your Kids Tonight?’, ‘Have Fun!’ and ‘Whatever’s Inconvenient’ before the “abstract break-up” album Crazymad, For Me drops on October 13th.


“It’s basically just about questioning why I stayed / suffered in a bad relationship for as long as i did. trying to desperately find some kind of meaning in the mess and then being embarrassed when I remember the good parts. It’s not very lyrical or poetic, it’s just a lot of emotion and energy – this song, to me, sounds like going for a run at 1am with your headphones on full blast, screaming through the streets in order to get away from your problems. I hope that at least one person does that when they hear it.”

CMAT on Stay For Something.

It’s a slightly shinier pop sound for CMAT but not a million miles from her trademark country pop. It’s produced by Matias Téllez and explores a relationship in its aftermath.

Watch the video by James Slater, with CMAT in neon medieval style dress.

I told you that my band started popping off /
You told me that you played guitar /
I knew that you’d lied at the time you said it /
But you could play my heart /
Took a couple weeks you were shredding /
Playin’ like a rock n roll star /
Holy god damn you were so annoying /
But you had my heart

See Also


CMAT – CRAZYMAD, FOR ME

  1. California
  2. Phone Me
  3. Vincent Kompany
  4. Such A Miranda
  5. Rent
  6. Where Are Your Kids Tonight (feat John Grant)
  7. Can’t Make Up My Mind
  8. Whatever’s Inconvenient
  9. I…Hate Who I Am When I’m Horny
  10. Torn Apart
  11. 1Stay For Something
  12. Have Fun!

CMAT Tour Dates


September 29th – Baby’s All Right, Brooklyn, US * – sold out!
October 2nd – Beat Kitchen, Chicago, US *
October 4th – Ed Cid, Los Angeles, US *
October 13th – Rough Trade East, London +*
October 14th – Rough Trade, Bristol UK +*
October 14th – Pryzm, Banquet, London, UK +
October 15th – Oh Yeah, HMV, Belfast, IE +*
October 16th – Rough Trade, Nottingham, UK +*
October 17th – The Jacaranda Club, Liverpool, UK +*
October 18th – HMV Birmingham, UK +*
October 19th – Resident, Brighton +*
November 15th – Chalk, Brighton, UK
November 16th – O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, London, UK
November 18th – SWX, Bristol, UK
November 20th – Leadmill, Sheffield, UK
November 21st – Stylus, Leeds, UK
November 23rd –  O2 Ritz, Manchester, UK
November 24th –  Barrowlands Ballroom, Glasgow, UK
November 25th – Newcastle Uni SU, Newcastle, UK
November 30th – Olympia, Dublin IE – on sale Sept 08
December 1st – Olympia, Dublin, IE – sold out!
December 2nd – Olympia, Dublin, IE – sold out!

* Solo acoustic shows
+ Album instore shows


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