BAEBLE FIRST PLAY: 'Matchstick Man' by decker. (Video)
    • WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 06, 2017

    • Posted by: Kirsten Spruch

    [Photo Credit: Rachel Smith]


    Buckle your seat belts for this one, kids... Because it's intense. "You don't belong to anyone," Sedona, AZ-based artist decker. chants in his song "Matchstick Man," an epic response to the turbulent administration that is currently occupying the White House. We're premiering the just-as-intense video for the song, where we see decker. roaming the streets, anti-Trump protests, and Trump's face plastered on giant billboards with money signs that look like... Well, you can see it for yourself. And yeah, there's lot of fire, too. There's no doubt that decker. is a defiant artist who has never been afraid to stand for what he believes, and his passion always makes for one hell of a song.

    decker. told us more about the video, "I think, whereas the song itself might come across somewhat ambiguous, the music video for 'Matchstick Man' needs little explanation. I am deeply opposed to the sentiments of intolerance, racism, sexism and xenophobia that Donald Trump and so many of his supporters are propagating. I think all compassionate, mindful humans feel as such. Yet, here we are. This video was intended to be a vivid picture of resistance to such ideologies and a celebration of diversity."

    "Matchstick Man" is from decker.'s latest album, Into The Red, out now via Royal Potato Family.
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