A paranoid, dystopic piece of post-punk...
Meggie Brown

Meggie Brown lives in a North London warehouse, a cramped space littered with fixed up guitar pedals, and hand-made ephemera.

Crafting her own spiky DIY messages, her paranoid take on post-punk's skeletal chassis dives into personal realms.

Debut single 'Coming Back Again' is a determined step forward, produced by Franz Ferdinand singer Alex Kapranos at Edwyn Collins' studio in the Scottish Highlands.

A taut, impeccably pieced together burst of noise, it's done and dusted in a little more than two minutes - prime length for a seven inch, then.

Out now, it's a powerful introduction, a deeply intriguing piece that hits hard while retaining a lingering sense of lyrical mystery.

Tune in now.

Catch Meggie Brown at the following shows:

February
23 Cambridge Corn Exchange (w/ Franz Ferdinand)
24 London O2 Academy Brixton (w/ Franz Ferdinand)
25 Brighton The Dome (w/ Franz Ferdinand)

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