Phosphorescent

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Working moniker of American singer-songwriter Matthew Houck

Phosphorescent on KCRW

Sometimes the lowest point in a songwriter's life can be the most fertile. Phosphorescent front-man Matthew Houck turned his struggles into a set of moving songs.

Phosphorescent

Sometimes the lowest point in a songwriter's life can be the most fertile. Phosphorescent front-man Matthew Houck turned his struggles into a set of moving songs.

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

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