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Matt DeAngelis - “Free at Last” ~ Celebrating triumph of the human spirit over life's trials with the embrace of loved ones and faith!



Akin to our previous journey with "All Good Things," "Free at Last" by Matt DeAngelis emerges as a poignant folk-pop anthem that resonates with the struggles and triumphs of the human experience. Through heartfelt lyrics and emotive vocals, DeAngelis captures the essence of overcoming life's obstacles with the support of loved ones and faith.


The song opens with gentle acoustic guitar strumming, setting a serene backdrop for DeAngelis' introspective vocals to take center stage. DeAngelis' high and delicate vocals soar with ethereal passion, conveying the transformative power of love and hope. His vocal delivery in the song, ebb and flow like the highs and lows of life, reminding listeners that beauty can be found even in the midst of adversity. As the track progresses, orchestral backing adds depth and richness, amplifying the emotional intensity of the message.


As an advocate for climate change and mental health, DeAngelis uses his music as a platform to spread awareness and inspire change. Through his own struggles with OCD and anxiety disorder, he has learned to channel his experiences into positive messages of resilience and hope.


"Free at Last" is a testament to the resilience of the human spirit and the power of faith to overcome challenges. DeAngelis encourages listeners to embrace positivity and surround themselves with love and hope, even in the face of uncertainty. He invites listeners on a journey of self-discovery and spiritual awakening, reminding us that true freedom comes from within. With its uplifting message and cinematic soundscapes, this song is poised to leave a lasting impact on all listeners. Thanks for reading and take a listen to the song from the link below.



Listen to "Free at Last" on Spotify here -



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A brilliant addition to the repertoire -




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