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Set to embark on a national headline tour this week, Angie McMahon has unveiled an emotionally charged live cover of Helpless by Neil Young, recorded exclusively in London for the Mahogany ‘Covers’ series on YouTube.  The news is paired with the announcement that McMahon will return to London this September for a show alongside Ainslie Wills and Gretta Ray at the Camden Assembly and a set at Reeperbahn Festival in Germany.

Following the release of her intoxicating new single Keeping Time which claimed the #1 most played position on triple j, McMahon is also confirmed to perform as special guest for Paul Kelly in Sydney this December

McMahon’s timeless ruminations on everyday life will be on display this September for headline performances in Melbourne, Brisbane, Sydney, Perth and Adelaide joined by one of her favourite artists Leif Vollebekk. The Canadian indie folk singer-songwriter will come armed with his 2017 album Twin Solitude which was shortlisted for the 2017 Polaris Music Prize and 2018 Juno Award for Adult Alternative Album of the Year.

Since the release of her breakaway debut single Slow Mover in October 2017, the singer-songwriter has performed sold-out shows across Australia and the UK, in addition to high profile supports for Father John Misty, Alanis Morissette, The Shins, Angus and Julia Stone and more. McMahon has also graced festival stages at St Jerome’s Laneway, Secret Garden and NYE on the Hill.

Quickly capturing the attention of audiences with her candid songwriting and raw melodies, McMahon’s debut single Slow Mover landed at #33 on the triple j hottest 100, secured anhonourable mention in the Vanda and Young Songwriting Competition, received radio play in the UK and Germany and is nearing 3.7 million plays on Spotify.  Second single Missing Me saw her make her mark globally, charting in the Top 30 of College Radio in the USA and has amassed over 1.8 million Spotify streams with the help of New Music Friday playlists in the UK, Germany, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland, Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Taiwan and Hong Kong. Locally the track was the #7 most played song at triple j and saw McMahon nominated for Breakthrough Artist of the Year (AIR).

With her debut album now in its final stages and new music to be revealed shortly, 2018 will see McMahon launch further into the stratosphere with her most compelling expression yet.


Tickets on sale now
Thursday 6th September | The Forum, Melbourne VIC – 18+ *
Friday 7th September | The Triffid, Brisbane QLD – LIC/AA SOLD OUT *
Saturday 8th September | The Metro Theatre, Sydney NSW – LIC/AA  *
Friday 14th September | Rosemount Hotel, Perth WA – 18+ SOLD OUT *
Saturday 15th September | Uni Bar, Adelaide SA – LIC/AA *
Monday 24th September | The Camden Assembly, London UK ^
Wednesday 19 – Saturday 22 September – Reeperbahn Festival, Germany
Saturday 15 December | The Domain, Sydney #

* Headline performance with special guest Leif Vollebekk

^ with Ainslie Wills & Gretta Ray

# with Paul Kelly, Angus & Julia Stone, Alex Lahey & D.D Dumbo

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