- Matthew Kelly (The Autumns)
Matthew Kelly Genres Rock Instruments Guitar Years active 1997 – present Associated acts The Autumns
The Sound of Animals Fighting
Matthew Kelly is the vocalist and guitarist of the indie rock band The Autumns.
Kelly's output with The Autumns began in 1997 with the EP Suicide at Strell Park and the full-length The Angel Pool.
In addition to his work with The Autumns, Kelly made an appearance on all three albums of the experimental rock band the Sound of Animals Fighting, providing vocals on "Act II: All is Ash or the Light Shinning Through It", "My Horse Must Lose", "The Heretic", and "On the Occasion of Wet Snow". Kelly also performed with the band during their four live performances throughout California, and appeared on their live DVD We Must Become the Change We Want to See. Kelly opened the show performing "The Heretic" a cappella, then later sang and played guitar during "My Horse Must Lose". During "This Heat", Kelly, along with Anthony Green, Craig Owens, and Bradley Bell, danced on stage, dressed in identical masks and black cloaks.
Kelly was a participant in Revolution on Canvas, the first volume of the Warner Books compendium, submitting lyrics along with his fellow band mate Frankie Koroshec.
- Suicide at Strell Park (1997) – The Autumns
- The Angel Pool (1997) – The Autumns
- Winter in a Silver Box (1998) – The Autumns
- In the Russet Gold of This Vain Hour (2000) – The Autumns
- Le Carillon (2001) – The Autumns
- Covers (2001) – The Autumns
- Gift (2003) – The Autumns
- The Autumns (2004) – The Autumns
- Tiger and the Duke (2005) – The Sound of Animals Fighting
- Lover, the Lord Has Left Us... (2006) – The Sound of Animals Fighting
- Fake Noise from a Box of Toys (2007) – The Autumns
- The Ocean and the Sun (2008) – The Sound of Animals Fighting
- Nichols, Natalie. "Autumns Play 'Simon Says' — Band Gets Its Dream Producer", Los Angeles Times, November 21, 1999
- Nichols, Natalie. "Engaging Sounds Propel Benefit", Los Angeles Times, January 25, 2002
- Bronson, Kevin. "The Autumns Set to Release New Album April 15", Los Angeles Times, January 15, 2008
- Baker, Brian "The Autumns: Seasons of Change", Amplifier Magazine, April 28, 2008
- Ralph, Matt. "The Autumns: Interview with Matthew Kelly", Stranger Things Magazine
- The Autumns Biography on NME
- Matthew Kelly at Allmusic
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