Since then, Danny — who has worked extensively with the school-of-Harry-Fraud alumni Rusty Mack and Red Walrus — went on to release The Hangar EP, a powerful and very personal album that semi-served as a prequel to his latest project, The Tarmac.
The new album, led by the singles “Cope,” “Fought the Devil,” “Stay Together” and “Bring Me” is slightly darker in tone compared to his previous work, with Matos revealing “This project shows some confidence, but it also shows some darkness. Whether people admit that or not, there’s no escaping it. Human beings have a duality within them at all times, and we’re constantly blurring the lines between both of our sides. I think I’m just way more comfortable with it now.”