Matt Corby Drops New Music Video for “Problems”
Earlier this month, Australian singer-songwriter Matt Corby returned with a new song “Problems” for the first time in two years.
It is his first music since the 2020 singles “If I Never Say A Word” and “Vitamin”.
The track was written by Matt Corby, Chris Collins and Nat Dunn. Produced by Chris Collins.
Matt Corby said of the song, “[The song is] about how funny humans are creating our own problems and issues that we then have to solve, or creating problems so difficult we then can’t solve,” he says. “And how people talk so much shit and don’t do anything – how we’re setting ourselves up for failure. People want to point the finger but nobody wants to carry anything themselves.”
On November 22, he dropped a new music video for the song, directed by Murli Dhir.
The video was inspired by his survey of the human condition and life-altering events that recently occurred to him. On the day Matt was meant to start recording his new album, he and his family were instead rescued by a neighbor.
Director Murli Dhir said of the video, “When I first heard 'Problems,' I knew I wanted to make a bright and funny video that showed someone grooving completely oblivious to their problems around them. I thought it'd be interesting to portray serious events in a way that ultimately shows, 'well, even though nothing is going well right now, I'm still alive and everything will be okay, so i guess it's not really that bad.'”
- Photo by Billy Zammit
- source : Apple Music