Matter Of Mind return with Oblivion, their second single of the year after Poison Ivy featuring their new line-up. Their trademark sound is still very much intact, big powerful guitar riffs and drums and soaring vocals that build to a climax in the chorus. Oblivion is a very personal track that will resonate with many dealing with lead singer Jordan's anxiety.
Jordan explains more about the song - "Oblivion is written about the crippling anxiety that unfortunately sometimes takes over me. I feel like everyone can relate to the feeling of wanting to ignore the world sometimes and recluse away, so I wanted to write a song with a somewhat brutal honesty, from my perspective, so that people can listen to it and know that they’re not alone, as cliche as that can sound. Music and lyrics especially are cathartic for me, so I hope this song can help someone in the way it helped"
The single is the second track to feature new drummer Tom Downs who has replaced the departed Connor.