What is wanna talk about it?

What is wanna talk about it?

What is wanna talk about it?

Wannatalkaboutit.com is a site we launched this summer to address topics ranging from sexual violence, abuse, mental health and well-being to self-harm to suicide. It complements our films and series – providing people with information, videos, downloadable guides and nonprofit helplines.

Is Matt Maltese British?

Despite being born to Canadian parents and hailing from Reading, England, up-and-coming British singer-songwriter Matt Maltese feels a special affinity for American culture.

Who did Rod Stewart sing I don’t want to talk about it with?

Rod StewartI Don’t Want to Talk About It / ArtistSir Roderick David Stewart CBE is a British rock and pop singer, songwriter, and record producer. Born and raised in London, he is of Scottish and English ancestry. With his distinctive raspy singing voice, Stewart is among the best-selling music artists of all time, having sold over 250 million records worldwide. Wikipedia

Did Matt Maltese write as the world caves in about his cat?

Maltese is the sole writer of this song whereas Hugo White is its sole producer. According to Maltese, the despair that swept across the globe in the aftermath of the 2016 US Presidential Election that saw Donald Trump become president as well as Britain’s 2016 referendum to leave the E.U. inspired him to pen the song.

What kind of music does Matt Maltese make?

Indie rock indie pop alternative pop

Matt Maltese
Genres Indie rock indie pop alternative pop chamber pop
Occupation(s) Musician singer-songwriter
Instruments Piano vocals organ
Years active 2015–present

Who originally wrote I don’t want to talk about it?

Danny WhittenI Don’t Want to Talk About It / Lyricist

What is the meaning behind as the world caves in?

Simply put, “As the World Caves In” is a love song. It centers on a couple spending their last moments on earth in each other’s company while they watch the world come to an end.

What does it mean when someone is caving in?

Definition of ‘caving-in’ 1. a collapse. 2. a submission to pressure; admission to defeat.

Is Matt Maltese baritone?

“You’re the beauty, the stranger in the grocery store / you’re the highest quality hardwood door,” he sings in a deep, baritone drawl.