Matthew Mayfield’s haunting music video for “God’s Fault” will debut worldwide on DittyTV on Wednesday, December 6th during their show The Curve, which airs at 10:00 pm CST. The Curve features all-new music videos every day from the artists you love as well as emerging artists who are breaking on the scene. This show might cover the whole spectrum of Americana music within an hour, from traditional bluegrass to punk rock.
“God’s Fault” is the centerpiece of Mayfield’s recently released album RECOIL. “It was the first one I wrote for the record,” says Matthew. “It’s a deeply personal song for me, so it arrived without me having to do anything other than grab ahold of it.” The video, produced by Sean Kirby and Jason Wallis, paints a piercing picture of betrayal and consequences while showcasing Matthew’s gritty vocals and honest lyricism.
DittyTV is a television network that celebrates Americana and Roots style of music. It can be compared to a vintage MTV Television, available anywhere, anytime, and always free. The television network features live concerts, music videos, interviews, documentaries, and more. You can watch DittyTV in the comfort of your own living room on cable TV from Comcast, MediaCom, Cox cable and many more using your Tivo. But the music doesn’t stop there – you can enjoy DittyTV on any connected device including SmartTVs, Roku, AppleTV, or by visiting www.dittytv.com on any phones, computers and tablets.
About Matthew Mayfield
Mayfield is an unpredictable artist who has spent the past decade releasing material ranging from haunting acoustic ballads to gritty, southern rock and roll. His latest LP, RECOIL, is a sonic and lyrical departure from his previous release, Wild Eyes.
RECOIL has charted at #98 on the iTunes chart and at #4 on the iTunes Singer/Songwriter chart. Mayfield’s music has been featured on Grey’s Anatomy, Nashville, Pretty Little Liars, Hart of Dixie, Ringer, Teen Mom 2, 16 & Pregnant, The Fosters, NY Med, Catfish, Royal Pains, Chasing Life & others. He has toured with Needtobreathe, Switchfoot, The Fray, Pete Yorn, Blue October, The Civil Wars, David Ramirez, Will Hoge, Griffin House, Matthew Perryman Jones, Noah Guthrie and more.
With each new record, Mayfield has grown in his ability to evoke a broad range of emotions in his listeners. “I want to create melodies and lyrics that move people, that make them feel something. Connection is everything, and music has a unique way of helping people connect to others and to parts of themselves that they might otherwise be unable to access.”
For more information on Matthew, visit his website.