Matt Jaffe and Bill Plympton Unveil “Voodoo Doll”
Matt Jaffe and Animator Bill Plympton Team Up for Brand New Video
San Francisco, California – Matt Jaffe cemented his dedication to music when he produced his first album at the age of 16, with the help of Jerry Harrison of Talking Heads. Since then, Matt has worked as a solo performer, band leader and musical director, collaborating with poets and songwriters to hone his musical talent.
“Voodoo Doll” is the first single released from Matt’s two separate albums, ‘Undertoad’ and ‘Kintsugi.’ The song explores the depth of a relationship gone awry, where happiness and sadness are expressions of the same feeling. For this song, Matt combined his distinct rock roots with subtle indie-pop tunes. Accented by vibraphone and violin, the song provides an angular take on rock music.
The music video for this single is part of Matt’s ongoing collaboration with animator, Bill Plympton. The Academy award-nominated animator was chosen for his signature style and twisted imagery that pairs well with Matt’s song.
“Voodoo Doll” is an eclectic yet catchy rock melody that is rare to find in today’s music industry. Matt’s style is reminiscent of retro rock with a modern twist and lyrical story-telling. His ability to create an unforgettable listening experience with his music is why his fanbase continues to grow.
Check out Matt Jaffe and “Voodoo Doll” on Youtube now.
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Matt Jaffe is a 25-year-old rock & roll singer-songwriter from San Francisco. Cutting his teeth on open mics, Matt pursued his musical path more seriously when Jerry Harrison of Talking Heads offered to produce his first record. Since then, Matt has continued to churn out more songs than ever. Matt has showcased his talents by collaborating with musical legends like Bruce Springsteen, Mavis Staples, Bob Weir, Wilco, Alejandro Escovedo, John Doe, and Tom Higgenson of the Plain White T’s. On the brink of the release of his fourth & fifth LPs, Matt Jaffe is street-teaming with the best to bring rock & roll back to the masses.
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