The soul-pop genre isn’t void of talented female singers. In fact, it’s pretty much the opposite. Thanks to artists like Adele and Jessie Ware’s the genre is more relevant and re-energized than ever. Melbourne songstress Meg Mac is just one of the newer faces that fits nicely into this group. Her sound finds an enjoyable intersection between retro and modern, featuring bluesy vocals layered on top of a more contemporary production. “Grandma’s Hands” is her latest, a unique rework of Bill Withers’ 1971 soul classic. The song is included on her debut EP MEGMAC, which is due out September 12. Take a listen to it below.
Premiere: Meg Mac - "Grandma's Hands"