Matt Schuster Shares Brand New Song “Last Fall” Out Now

Matt Schuster releases new song “Last Fall” out now, October 27th, on all streaming platforms. Listen to the brand new track below.

Earlier this year, we introduced you to a new artist that we believe has the potential to become a fan-favorite, Matt Schuster. The singer-songwriter released an incredible song called, “Wasted Prayers” last winter, and now he is sharing another new song that we cannot get enough of. Today, Schuster releases the heartbreaking ballad, “Last Fall.”

Full of haunting emotion and grit, “Last Fall” tells the age-old story of a relationship running its course; despite, not wanting to feel the hurt that it is coming. Clearly inspired by John Mayer’s iconic song, “Slow Dancing in a Burning Room,” Schuster’s “Last Fall” is his country-rendition of a similar topic. Throughout the song, the singer pleads for his love to stay just a little longer, not wanting to feel the imminent pain that is coming his way.

“Last Fall // We were falling like the stars // 21 and chasing cars // It was happy ever after // Nothing mattered at all // Except for you and me // Now it’s hard to believe // Can’t hardly take it, heart is breaking, how we’re changing with the leaves // I can tell something’s wrong // Ain’t nobody said it // But it’s already gone // That’s where we’re headed”

With each release, Schuster is showing off exactly why he is an artist to look out for. “Last Fall” is an absolute must-listen too!


Matt Schuster shares new song, “Last Fall,” out now on all streaming platforms.

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“Last Fall” is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.