Angie McMahon is quickly gathering a reputation for moving audiences with her soulful ruminations on life, love and takeaway food. Angie’s honest songwriting and romantic melodies cover the full dynamic spectrum, shifting between gravelly intimacy and pounding rock. Angie pours it all out on stage, drawing inspiration from artists like Bruce Springsteen, Lianne La Havas and Big Thief.
In her solo career Angie has secured supports with Father John Misty, The Shins, Alanis Morissette, Angus & Julia Stone and several other renowned local acts as well as performing the stages of Splendour In The Grass and Laneway Festival. Angie has sold out all headline shows to date in Australia and the UK, upon releasing her first singles Slow Mover and Missing Me. Angie’s debut album is in its final stages, with a collection of songs that have been connecting to audiences in band rooms far and wide.
Together Angie’s first two singles have clocked over 5 million streams on Spotify, debuting on 14 ‘New Music Friday’ playlists around the world as well as featuring on international playlists on Spotify and Apple Music. Missing Me also landed #7 most played song on triple j of 2018.