Matt Phillips has been a singer-songwriter for 20 years and records under the name Ghost Station aka "The World's Smallest Band".
Specialising in three minute melodic guitar pop, Essex based Matt draws inspiration from the classic English songwriting styles of The Beatles and The Kinks through to The Jam, Squeeze and Wings with contemporary lyrics that paint pictures of jailbreaks to the Costa del Sol, Michael Caine and escaping the rat race.
Ghost Station music has been reviewed in the UK’s biggest selling newspaper The Sun and alongside household names such as Noel Gallagher and James Arthur.
Tear It Up scored 3.5/5 and Head for The Sun 4/5 in the red top's Something for the Weekend section.
Matt’s songwriting has also received Beatles endorsement with legendary Fab Four producer and ELO frontman, Jeff Lynne, listening to Tear It Up from his home in LA and likening the Ghost Station sound to his work with famous 80’s supergroup The Traveling Wilburys.
All of Ghost Station's singles and bonus tracks to date appear on compilation album Songs from the East Coast.