Meg Mac: An Aussie Soul

Sometimes we all need to take some time off from the busy world and close ourselves up in a dark, empty room. It’s good and refreshing to be alone. One can think freely and have no interruptions. And if getting time alone during the day is impossible, then it’s always great to look towards nighttime for relaxation. Turning off all of the lights when you’re alone in your house, closing the curtains, and locking your doors is probably an indication that it’s time for some sleep. But when you’re a singer like Meg Mac, encompassing yourself inside of a darkened room with no one around you is something that is done many times for the sake of song writing. Talking to Mike Wass at Idolator, an independent website dedicated to pop music, Mac says, “I hate the idea of anyone being able to hear me or see me, so I like being dark and in a space.” By creating wonderfully written songs over the past two years, she has quickly risen to the status of an international pop star.

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