Holygreen | MEG MAC


 Since being named triple j’s Unearthed Artist of the Year in 2014, Meg Mac’s career has soared to ever-increasing heights. Her 2015 platinum plus-selling EP was followed by her debut LP ‘Low Blows’, which landed at #2 on the Australian ARIA Albums Chart and her single, ‘Roll up Your Sleeves’, is now close to hitting 20-million streams on Spotify.Meg Mac has one of the most exciting and profoundly soulful voices in music today; an expressive and emotive instrument that brings drama to her songs about vulnerability, self-worth and loss of identity. In 2019 Meg Mac played sold out shows in America, Europe and the UK followed by a sold out ‘Give me my name back’ Australian tour.“There are some artists who demand complete silence at their shows. Some ask for it, and some just command it by the sheer power of their voice. Australia’s Meg Mac is the latter. And the sold out show at Rockwood Hall was a testament to that soulful siren quality she exudes”.The Rockwood Hall New York City – Omar Kasrawi Bloomberg TVMeg Mac’s latest album ‘Hope’ is a powerful set of thoughtful and at times deeply personal missives; evident in recent singles ‘Give me my name back’, ‘Something tells me’, ‘I’m not coming back’ and the album’s title track ‘Hope’.“Mac threatened to raise this old theatre’s rafters with the biggest, booming-estmezzo-soprano… pop-soul songwriting skills headed for the same world-beating league – her sound was dripping with attitude and defiance. In a pop world full of playlist-pandering ear candy, Mac is one artist not afraid to set the mood, and have the listener follow”. The Enmore Theatre Sydney – Michael Bailey – Sydney Morning Herald“Meg Mac is one of those rare creatures in the music industry today who not only can hold a torch to their own studio recordings but are actually 10 times better in person. I kept finding myself in shock by the sheer force of her voice. I honestly felt it in my soul”.The Forum, Melbourne – Amplify