The Venerable releases the meaningful and relatable song ‘Show Me Your Beautiful’

"The song is really at the core about coming out of your comfort zone and showing the world what you have to offer"
23rd November 2023

The eagerly awaited single, Show Me Your Beautiful, from Texan pop-rock sensation The Venerable, has been unveiled. Led by frontman Matt Barrett, The Venerable is a​ rather intriguing collaborative songwriting project that introduces a unique and genre-defying sound, encapsulating the essence of their varied musical influences.

Hailing from the vibrant musical landscape of Houston, TX, The Venerable is not your typical pop-rock act. With a penchant for breaking free from genre constrictions and stereotypes, their music is a testament to the power of collaboration. Barrett, along with a talented group of musicians, creates songs that are both meaningful and relatable, while infusing a nostalgic charm that resonates with listeners.

A diverse array of influences enriches the musical palette of the band, including the iconic sounds of classic rock legends Led Zeppelin and Billy Joel​, to the melodic musings reminiscent of Counting Crows and The Goo Goo Dolls. Show Me Your Beautiful is a track that expertly integrates genres, creating a captivating whirlwind of sound.

​B​arrett explains: “The song is really at the core about coming out of your comfort zone and showing the world what you have to offer. It’s a song about overcoming fear and showing what beautiful things you have to offer the world.”

After dropping their initial two singles, You’re So Original ft. Libra and A Place 4 Me ft. HXRT, The Venerable is now gearing up for the release of their latest track, Show Me Your Beautiful. This fresh offering serves as a precursor to the band’s much-anticipated debut album scheduled for 2024. Building on their past releases, The Venerable is determined to showcase their distinctive pop-rock style, aiming to elevate it to the forefront of the mainstream music scene.

Get ready to be captivated by the beauty within The Venerable’s musical landscape.

Photos by Matt Barrett