Mat Kearney Drops New Single “Better Than I Used to Be” via Caroline, New Album Coming in 2018!

Nashville based, Oregon born platinum songwriter and musician Mat Kearney is excited to be releasing new single “Better Than I Used to Be” today via his new partnership with CarolineListen here. The song is a collaboration between Mat and electronic producer AFSHeeN, who has worked with Galantis, Selena Gomez and Madonna among others and the first to come from Kearney’s forthcoming new album due in 2018.

In addition to sales success and critical acclaim, Kearney has always been a favorite amongst music supervisors and his music has been featured in countless television shows and films ranging from Soul Surfer and Parenthood to Girls, The Closer, Friday Night Lights, NCIS, 30 Rock and Vampire Diaries.  He even had Google tap his song “Sooner or Later” for their Zeitgeist 2011: Year In Review video, watch HERE (10+ Million views!).

In between it all Kearney has continually toured – headlining as well as sharing the stage with John Mayer, Keane, Sheryl Crow, NEEDTOBREATHE and more!  His new partnership with Caroline comes less than a year after he signed with Big Loud Management, home to superstars Florida Georgia Line and breakout artists such as Chris Lane, and he’s excited to move forward as an independent artist with this new team.  Mat has been hard at work in 2017 putting the finishing touches on what is poised to be his best album yet and is excited for fans to hear “Better Than I Used to Be” today via all DSPs – click HERE to choose music service.  Check for the most up-to-date information on the new album.

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