The calypso groove and tongue-in-cheek lyrical wit of "The Lonely Dreamer" is taking NY singer/songwriter Matt Sucich in a new direction. The song itself, with instrumental cues from modern influences like Vampire Weekend and Lord Huron, was recorded live to tape in Brooklyn at Five and Dime Recording Society with producer/engineer Paul Loren. "The Lonely Dreamer" is the first studio release for the often self-produced musician and after years of home recordings, Matt and his band have finally managed to capture the live energy they've been bringing to the stage.
Matt Sucich (pron: Sue-Sitch) is from Astoria, Queens. He writes songs. He plays them with a guitar. He sings them with his voice. Sometimes he sleeps, but most times he’s awake. You can find Matt in New York City, or other places, and that was most definitely the case in 2013 while touring behind his 2012 full-length record, "Layers." Among many other stops, Matt app