Echoing the Soul of Americana in “Midnight Dream Station” – Matthew Alexander Inspires with New Release

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Paving a timeless journey through the power of music and dreams, Matthew Alexander’s heartfelt new drop stuns audiences

Charlotte, North Carolina —In an era where the digital world often overshadows the tactile, Matthew Alexander’s eighth album, “Midnight Dream Station,” emerges as a beacon of the “LP experience.” Released on May 19, 2023, by Caravan Records, this collection is a masterclass in musical storytelling, blending the essence of Americana with contemporary themes that resonate deeply in today’s socio-political climate.

“Midnight Dream Station” is more than just music; it’s a journey through the heart and soul of Alexander’s artistic vision. Built around the enchanting sound of a Yamaha Grand Piano, the album transitions from Alexander’s guitar-focused past to a new, piano-centric future. This shift is not merely instrumental but also symbolic of Alexander’s evolution as a musician and storyteller. The album’s acoustic pop folk vibe, inspired by the likes of Michael Kiwanuka and David Grey, offers listeners a seamless narrative flow, reminiscent of the classic album era that values cohesion and thematic depth.

At the core of “Midnight Dream Station” lies Alexander’s profound respect for dreams—both the ones that visit us in sleep and those we daydream. This respect is not only a source of personal inspiration but also a creative catalyst that has led to the album’s most compelling tracks. Songs like “An Apolitical Man,” “A Mourning Song,” and “On a Perfect Day” delve into the complexities of contemporary life, touching on alienation, loss, and the beauty of human connection.

“An Apolitical Man,” in particular, stands out as a timely anthem for the disillusioned yet hopeful. Its re-release in the run-up to the presidential election speaks volumes about Alexander’s intent to connect with and uplift those weary of political discord. The song’s success on college and community radio stations worldwide underscores its universal appeal and Alexander’s knack for capturing the zeitgeist.

Beyond the music, Alexander’s commitment to his craft shines through his rigorous creative process. Quarantine provided an unexpected opportunity to refine his songwriting, resulting in a prolific output that significantly contributes to the album’s richness. His influences, ranging from the Beatles to Chopin, infuse his work with a diverse musicality that complements his lyrical sophistication.

As “Midnight Dream Station” makes its mark, Matthew Alexander stands poised to embark on a major tour in 2025, promising to bring his music and message to a wider audience. This album is not just a collection of songs; it’s an invitation to reflect, dream, and find solace in the power of music. In a world often divided, Alexander’s work reminds us of the common language of music and the shared experiences that bind us all.

Stream Matthew Alexander’s new music on Spotify, Apple Music, and Pandora, and join the artist on a journey that transcends the boundaries of Americana! For more information, to review the album, or to schedule an interview with Matthew Alexander, check out: or the artist’s email: [email protected]



Matthew Alexander, an evocative force in the Americana music scene, brings a rich tapestry of heartfelt and authentic lyrical storytelling to his audience. Hailing from Charlotte, North Carolina, Alexander’s musical journey has been one of resilience, creativity, and an unwavering commitment to the craft. With a history that spans opening for icons like Billy Joel and Bruce Springsteen, to a dynamic presence in the folk scenes of Cambridge, MA, and New York City, Alexander’s voice carries the weight of experience and the subtlety of musical genius. His latest offering, “Midnight Dream Station,” is not just another album; it’s a heartfelt invitation to explore the depths of human emotion, politics, and the simple joys of existence.


Matthew Alexander
Name: Matthew Alexander
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (704) 371-3070




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