Former Red Electrick frontman drops brand new song
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Former Red Electrick frontman drops brand new song

Former Red Electrick frontman Matthew James returns with a new single High.
The song, he says, is the last part of a three-chapter story that started when he wrote Paul and continued in Young Again.

Paul speaks about a man who decided to let go of his dreams and settle in his comfort zone. Living a life of safety, he is dearly missed by his wife Marilyn and two children Mike and Jane, when he passes away. This experience makes Mike – Paul’s older son – change his approach to life.

He realises there is only one life and he must make the best of it because, as the song Young Again says, “We’ll never grow young again”. He therefore sets out into the world to achieve his dreams, letting nothing get in his way, not even love. This moment leads to High.

High’s lyrics present listeners with a Mike who has allowed the evil of society turn into anxieties that are destroying him. He realises that the key to happiness is balance. Finding a way to follow his dreams but still be in touch with empathy, love, care and kindness. So he rises “high” above the sources of anxiety, wandering “the world in an open sky” where nothing can stop him.

Matthew has teamed up with Richmond Foundation to raise awareness and funds about anxiety, a mental disorder that is increasing, especially among young people.

Fifty per cent of every iTunes download will be donated to Richmond.
For this project, Matthew has also teamed up with Maka Visuals for the production of the video, and Music Producer and X Factor Malta judge Howard Keith, who took care of the mastering of the track.

‘High’ was mixed by Matthew James himself alongside Mark Kram Attard and produced by Matthew.

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