Meg Mac Signs To BMG US And Pulse Music Publishing

4 March 2016 | 3:34 pm | Staff Writer

Meg Mac's "powerful voice moved us from the first moment we heard it".

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Australia's 25-year-old soul powerhouse Meg Mac has just announced an exciting new co-publishing arrangement with BMG US and Pulse Music Publishing

Turning heads since her debut on triple j Unearthed with her cover of Bill Wither's Grandma's Hands in 2014, the momentum she's gathered since then shows no signs of slowing down. In fact, this week she's been featured on the closing credits of Lena Dunham's Girls on HBO.
Two ARIA nominations and a sold out national tour later, she's found herself breaking into the US Billboard charts, but according to Pulse Co-CEO Scott Cutler she's had their attention from the beginning. 
"We are thrilled to be working with the great Meg Mac, whose powerful voice moved us from the first moment we heard it. She is that rare career artist whose music is both rooted in the past and reaching fearlessly into the future," he said. 

Meg Mac says of the signing, "I am thrilled to be part of the BMG/PULSE family, who are a dedicated team of creative people."
Now residing in LA working relentlessly on her debut record, we can expect even greater things.