Wayne Matthews is a singer-songwriter and producer from Belgium. Not too long ago, he released a heartfelt duet, entitled, “It Ain’t Easy,” featuring LORA.
Wayne Matthews – “It Ain’t Easy” featuring LORA
“Tell me why do you need me? You’ve been doing pretty fine now without me. Oh, it’s been two months and seven days, you moved on to something new. So tell me why do you need me? You’ve been doing pretty fine now without me. Would you say ‘hi’ if you saw me? Sorry if I broke your heart ’cause that ain’t me.” – lyrics
‘It Ain’t Easy’ contains a post-breakup narrative, ear-pleasing vocalization, and catchy chorus that will resonate well with fans of Shawn Mendes and Ed Sheeran. The likable tune possesses guitar-driven instrumentation flavored with contemporary and indie-pop elements. Furthermore, “It Ain’t Easy” was written after Wayne Matthews passed an ex on the street.
“I know it ain’t easy to see you around. No, it ain’t easy to leave us behind.”
“‘It Ain’t Easy’ sees both characters needing each other, but not in the way the other person wants. It’s the eternal struggle of holding on or letting go.” – Wayne Matthews explained
Wayne Matthews wrote his first song as a way to process a difficult breakup. He discovered a passion for live music after trying out his original songs at an open mic. Since then, the self-described “hopeless romantic” has been developing his budding sound. Matthews cites Dermot Kennedy, James Bay, and Ed Sheeran as his key influences.
“It Ain’t Easy” single
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