The single is taken from Henwood’s forthcoming album, River, which depicts her lifelong relationship with the rivers and seas that flow into her creativity. Its alt-folk essence is illuminated with shades of sophisticated jazz and low-key electronica, on a record of dark hues and discreet optimism. Seventh soars into force with Megan’s immaculate finger picking skills, combined with her warm, smooth vocals sounding akin to the likes of Laura Marling or Lucy Rose. As the track seamlessly blends acoustic and electronic soundscapes throughout, Megan manages to to create something truly mesmerising and yet completely intimate.
In 2009, Megan won the BBC Young Folk Award, aged 20, alongside her brother Joe. Since then, she has gone on to become a formidable British talent. Megan has received praise in numerous well-regarded publications including The Guardian and Folk Radio as well as support from the likes of BBC Radio 2’s Mark Radcliffe, Simon Mayo, Terry Wogan and Janice Long to name but a few. Megan is also a regular on the UK live circuit, having played numerous festivals including Glastonbury, Cambridge Folk Festival and Secret Garden Party amongst others.
Now, Megan is ready to captivate listeners further with the release of her beguiling new single and a UK tour. Check out her live dates below:
12th October – Colchester Arts Centre (SOLO) 13th October – Wadsworth Hall, Hebden Bridge (SOLO) 14th October – Bury Met (SOLO) 15th October – Hartlepool Folk Fest. (DUO with Jackie Oates) 20th October – Folk Expo Manchester showcase (not for public) 21st October – North Dorset Folk Festival (SOLO) 27th October – Milton Keynes, Stables 2 (SOLO) 31st October – Oxford, Holywell Music Rooms (SOLO) 3rd November – No 8 Café, Launceston, Cornwall (SOLO) 8th November – Bracknell, South Hill Park Arts Centre (SOLO) 27th November – St Pancras Old Church, London (WITH BAND)
Seventh, out now via Dharma Records, is taken from the forthcoming album, River, out 27th October 2017. Seventh is available to stream on Spotify and buy on iTunes now.