‘Featured Artist,’ Mat. McHugh, “A Pocket Full Of Shells”

June 12th, 2012  |  by Nels Thoreson   |  Published in Songs of the Day

Today’s “Featured Artist and Song of the Day” showcases Australia’s own, Mat. McHugh, with his song, “A Pocket Full of Shells,” off his album, Love Come Save Me, which he released in April of 2012.  It has garnered much-deserved attention, and has had thousands of downloads.  The interesting part, however, is that McHugh released the album, for FREE, to all his fans for all of there support over the years.  You can download his entire album, Love Come Save Me, for FREE, here.  It is an incredible gift to music fans, and is an amazing  record.

McHugh has upcoming tour dates in Australia through mid-June on his Love Come Save Me Tour, before he heads off on tour with The Beautiful Girls, saying, “It will be the last Beautiful Girls tour for an indefinite amount of time. I’m looking forward to celebrating all the good times we’ve had together so hopefully I will see you all at a show.”  That tour will run from the end of July to mid-September.

Be sure to check out his tour dates and catch a show near you.  He’ll be one to continue to follow as he takes his talents down the troubadour’s road.

These words find there place in his song, “A Pocket Full Of Shells,”

“I got a pocketful of shells,
And not much of anything else.
I got a locket full of notes,
Old melodies, uncounted votes

And it’s been so long since I’ve seen you
And I’ve been so gone and out of my mind
And things they move on, but I just need you
So I still wait for you most every night

When are you coming home
It’s so lonely here tonight…”

For updates, tour dates, and other news click on his website, you can download his entire album for FREE here, and follow him on his Facebook Page.  Here is Mat. McHugh, with his song, “A Pocket Full Of Shells,” enjoy,

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