Better Things Artist Socks Collection

Exclusive & limited socks by Better Things feat. Charity Children, Máni Orrason and Matt Maltese. Better Things is a Music PR agency based in the heart of Berlin!

Charity Children x Better Things Socks

Berlin-based, New Zealand-raised alternative pop duo Charity Children released their new album “Almost Young” on October 8th. “To celebrate the release we’ve teamed up with Chloë & Elliott to create these exclusive & limited socks!”

Design: Hagen Schönfeld
Delivery time: 3-4 days

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The duo describes their album as “eclectic pop” and “unashamedly exaggerated on one track, then delicate and precise the next” as they “embrace the bi-polarity of one’s existence”. @charity.children

Máni Orrason x Better Things Socks

“We have teamed up with rising Icelandic talent Máni Orrason to create these exclusive & limited socks!” Message from Máni Orrason: “Woah, new socks just dropped 😳 I look at these socks and my existence is validated 🙌 validate my existence and buy these SOCKS 🧦 “

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Design: YAWN
Delivery time: 3-4 days

Máni Orrason makes a welcome return with new single “D&G’” Hot on the heels of recent release ‘Change The World’, this latest outing by the Icelandic-born Berlin-dweller is potent pop fun and shows a different side to him as an artist. @maniorrason

Matt Maltese x Better Things Socks

“We’ve teamed up with South London indie crooner Matt Maltese to create these exclusive & limited socks in celebration of his new album “Good Morning It’s Now Tomorrow”!”

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Socks Design: acp83
Delivery time: 3-4 days

23-year-old south London artist Matt Maltese has recently shared his third album “Good Morning It’s Now Tomorrow” on Nettwerk. @matthewmaltese

Written and recorded between his London home and Echo Zoo studios on England’s south coast during the UK’s year-long lockdown, “Good Morning It’s Now Tomorrow” sees Maltese embrace positivity and romanticise the everyday across swooping love ballads and rich instrumentation. “A lot of this [new] record is escapism,” says Maltese. “I’ve had to find more meaning out of the small parts of life. I want this record to celebrate the theatre in all the small things. It’s so cheesy to say it, but I think life is best when you try to make the ordinary extraordinary.” “Good Morning It’s Now Tomorrow” has already been the subject of glowing praise from the likes of MOJO (4*), DIY (4*), NME (4*), CLASH, and more.