get lost visual ep on billboard

Stephen Daw

It’s hard to do what Beyoncé did with her seminal 2016 album Lemonade. Producing a video for every single song on an album, and having them flow into a streamlined story is a feat all its own, and one many artists would shy away from.

That’s what makes pop singer Matt Palmer’s new EP Get Lost even more impressive. The Los Angeles based singer-songwriter has released seven tracks and seven music videos over the course of the last two months. Each video builds on the story of a relationship, starting with its early stages and culminating in its collapse.


"Inevitably" on Huffington Post

Curtis M. Wong

Singer-songwriter Matt Palmer is back with his most ambitious project yet. 

The pop and R&B artist traces the highs and lows of a romantic relationship on his new visual EP, “Get Lost.” HuffPost got a first look at the EP’s third video, “Inevitably,” which sees Palmer cozying up to YouTube personality and model Max Emerson on the streets of Los Angeles. 


"Get Lost" on queerty

Dan Tracer

Out musician Matt Palmer has been quietly honing his pop music chops for a few years now, and like a fine wine, you probably can’t afford him. No wait–it’s that other thing–he’s only getting finer!

His latest project is ambitious; he’ll release seven music videos ahead of his upcoming Visual EP, Get Lost (pre-order and stream here).

We’re excited to premiere the latest of his weekly releases–the title track “Get Lost”– here on Queerty exclusively.


"Get Lost"on EQ Music

Mandy Rogers

Being the case that we first wrote about triple threat singer, songwriter and producer Matt Palmer back in 2010, I think we are more than due for an update on what is currently going on with the Los Angeles based artist. I was actually, planning to write about the new track “Solo Act” today but I have had another update come in regarding the release of a video for the song “Get Lost“, so I figured, I would give them both a mention.


"Giving Up my LOve" on Gay Star News

Anya Crittenton

Singer-songwriter Matt Palmer is getting ready to release his latest project: Get Lost, a visual EP.

The ambitious venture includes seven full-length music videos. Five have already been released — watch them here, starting with the first, Solo Act.

All of his videos reflect his authentic life as an openly gay black man. In his third one, Inevitably, he sidles up with YouTube personality Max Emerson on the streets of Los Angeles.


"the Worst" on homorazzi


Matt Palmer is a Los Angeles-based R&B/pop singer, songwriter and producer whose musical influences include Mariah Carey, Babyface & Michael Jackson. His 2014 release, Stranger Than Fiction, marked his debut as an openly-gay artist. His new offering delves even deeper by telling the story of a specific relationship from start to finish.


"The Boy Who Hates Everything" on Hornet

Stephan Horbelt

If you aren’t familiar with L.A.-based pop singer, songwriter and producer Matt Palmer, you should be. He’s recently become one of our favorite up-and-comers, and we’ve got the latest thing to come from his talented mind: Released today, the new Matt Palmer video for his song “The Boy Who Hates Everything” is fire!

This new Matt Palmer video is the fourth in a series of seven music videos for Palmer’s upcoming EP Get Lost, out March 9. (Yep, he’s pulling a Beyoncé and dropping a visual album!)



Into Editors

Los Angeles-based artist Matt Palmer is following up his 2014 debut Stranger Than Fiction with a seven-song visual EP, beginning with the video for first single "Solo Act."

Premiering exclusively on INTO, "Solo Act" has Palmer trying to find a partner but coming up short, as every man is a stereotype personified.


"Solo Act" on glaad

Raina Deerwater

Singer/songwriter Matt Palmer just announced that he will be releasing a visual EP Get Lost.Each week, the out gay musician will release a new music video and together the songs and videos will tell a story of a relationship between two men from start to finish. The first music video and song, “Solo Act,” was released on Friday, which starts the story of Get Lost. Stream “Solo Act” now and pre-order the album here, and check out the music video below.


"Solo Act" on Instinct magazine

Adam Dupuis

Strike one. Strike two. Strike three. Time to give up on dating?  Some of us may be thinking so after our latest experiences.  We think Matt Palmer took notes from our failed attempts and turned it into a music and video telling of our hardships.

Los Angeles-based pop singer, songwriter, and producer Matt Palmer will debut seven emotionally stunning music videos ahead of his upcoming Visual EP, Get Lost. The music videos from Get Lost will be released weekly, starting on January 26 with the airy and passionate dance track "Solo Act," and culminating with the full 7-song EP, available at all digital retailers on March 9


"Break-Up" on Huffington post

James Nichols

This one is going to get stuck in your head for sure.

Matt Palmer is a pop/R&B musician whose EP “Stranger Than Fiction” served as his debut as an openly gay artist. The first track off of the EP, “Break-Up,” has just been released with it’s own video — and we love it!

The Huffington Post chatted with Palmer this week about “Break-Up” and his vision for the video.


"Break-Up" on newnownext 


Out artist Matt Palmer has just released his first EP Stranger Than Fiction, and the first single is a wonderfully infectious break up song titled … well, “Break Up.”

Take a listen. This deserves to be a hit.


"break-Up" on towleroad

Kyler Geoffroy

Premiering exclusively on Towleroad is the music video for gay R&B singer-songwriter Matt Palmer's new single "Break Up".

Serving as the opening track on Palmer's latest EP Stranger Than Fiction, "Break Up" shows Palmer struggling to move on after his relationship comes to an unceremonious end via text message. Interspersed throughout the video are scenes of shouting couples, objects being thrown, and other hallmarks of messy break-ups. Be warned: the song itself is also hella catchy. 


"Break-Up" On Glaad

Jorge Molina

Out R&B singer-songwriter Matt Palmer has premiered the music video for his latest single "Break Up". The video shows Palmer trying to get over the end of a relationship, juxtaposed with break up trademarks, like shouting and flying objects. "Break Up" is the opening track for Palmer's EP Stranger than Fiction.


"Teardrops" on singersroom

Elle Breezy

Los Angeles-based R&B/Pop singer-songwriter Matt Palmer drops his new single “Teardrops.” The Drew Scott-produced song samples Taylor Swift's first pop single "Teardrops on My Guitar," and puts an adult spin on the teenage ode to unrequited love. After setting YouTube ablaze with his highly-popular covers, this is Palmer’s first release as an openly gay musician.


"Teardrops" on towleroad

Andy Towle

Gay R&B singer-songwriter Matt Palmer released the video for his new single "Teardrops" today.

Taking its cue and lyric sample from Taylor Swift's "Teardrops on My Guitar", the video puts a sexy gay spin on the theme of unrequited love. The track was produced by Drew Scotty (Fantasia, Dawn Richard) and the video directed by Ryan Bartley.


Stranger than fiction on Glaad

Megan Walsh

Openly gay R&B/Pop musician Matt Palmer released his EP Stranger Than Fiction on the 24th. The 7-song EP is available for digital download on iTunes and CD Baby. Check out the music video for the single "Teardrops" below!


"Hello" on E! Online

Julia Hays

It takes a brave soul to try and match the Grammy Award-winning singer, but we have found some musicians who do an amazing job at capturing the beauty of her new song—including a few super-unique takes we couldn't help but share.

These are the "Hello" covers on YouTube that we just can't stop watching.


"'90s R&B Medley" on This Is RNB

Singer/songwriter Matt Palmer, intends to bring back a needed breath of honesty into the world of R&B. The Los Angeles-based up and comer showcases his passion for R&B in the latest release of his ‘Cover Art‘ project, with a video for his new medley of ’90s R&B classics that inspired him to pursue his own career in music.


"Everything" on the today show

Two-hundred-fifty people dance in the TODAY Plaza, performing a choreographed routine for 5 continuous minutes in an attempt to set a new Guinness World Records title.


"Glory medley" on towleroad

Andy Towle

Towleroad readers will remember gay R&B singer-songwriter Matt Palmer from his video “Break Up” which chronicled a relationship ended via text message, and also his touching video for “Teardrops” about an unrequited love.

Today he’s debuting a deliciously-stitched medley of tracks from Britney Spears’ latest album Glory which puts a silky spin on “Just Luv Me”, “Love Me Down”, “Better”, and “Slumber Party”.