WASHINGTON - Batflowers
Washington is the sound of pop music tearing at its own fabric, writhing in the darkness as Megan, ever the maestro, conducts this chaos from the centre.
Her frankly quite bonkers career and third album, Batflowers, is a suite of tunes Megan turned upside down to shake out all the junk.
The title song ‘Batflowers’ is a pairing of palm-muted guitar with three-part harmonies that swim across verses before opening up into a pulsing 80s rhythm and the music video was crafted by Megan on a children’s app.
“This song is about coming out of the worst place into the sunshine again, and a reminder especially when the current situation feels dire and impossible to come back from, that this too will pass if you just keep going, which is a constant, beautiful reminder at the end the song”.
Supported by one of the Northern Territory’s most notable young songwriters, Stevie Jean whose music has captured the minds and hearts of many around Australia.
Saturday 20 February 2021
All Tickets tickets from $49 to $55
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