French site Skriber has a review of Matt Holubowski’s new album Like Flowers On A Molten Lawn and writes, “Some will see in his lyrics the wisdom of a man who has fully integrated existence for what it is, and what it entails, in particular an end. When others will perceive the stigmata of a timeless period that profoundly upset individual convictions, particularly with regard to this freedom that many believed acquired. It remains to be seen which world will survive and which will perish. In the meantime, Matt Holubowski prefers to leave the light on and the moon laughing. To escape boredom, there’s nothing like trying to seduce him.” Sounds nice. Read the article in the original French, which likely makes a bit more sense, here. The album is at radio not from Audiogram.