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A bit about Angie: Angie McMahon first hit the Australian music scene with her breakthrough 2017 indie-rock classic, Slow Mover. This track catapulted McMahon in front of audiences who deeply resonate with her emotional and honest lyrics. In 2019 she released her debut record ‘Salt’, an album that would go on to cement her as an indie hero beyond Australian borders. Having toured in the US with Hozier and winning the Grulke Prize at SXSW, McMahon’s prodigious voice and impassioned lyrics have only just begun connecting with a global audience.
To make her new album, Light, Dark, Light Again, Angie McMahon had to walk through the fire. The Melbourne singer-songwriter’s second LP was written from the ashes of a tough but transformative few years of relationship changes, private breakdowns and core-shaking revelations about self. At times, McMahon felt like falling apart. But instead, she pushed through and found that hope, joy and relief lies on the other side of pain.Light, Dark, Light Again is a record about facing fear and learning it can be a portal to something bigger and better. It finds that the only certainty in life is that everything ends, and everything begins again – that there is life and death and life again, that there is light and dark and light again.