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Meg Mac music video premiere for 'What Becomes of the Broken Hearted'

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Roisin O'Connor
Monday 21 December 2015 15:09
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Australian artist Meg Mac performed an amazing acoustic performance of ‘What Becomes Of The Broken Hearted', and you can watch it exclusively here on The Independent.

Influenced (quite clearly) by the likes of Sam Cooke, Mac (short for her last name, McInerney) was hand-picked by D'Angelo and the Vanguard to open for him on his Black Messiah tour, as well as with 2015 earworms Clean Bandit.

Nominated for two ARIA Awards for Best Female and Best Breakthrough Artist this year, she has since embarked on a sold out headline tour in Australia, along with a sold out London gig in October 2015.

This version "What Becomes Of The Broken Hearted" is everything an acoustic session should be: stripped down and powerful, with emphasis on Mac's beautiful voice and the simple, affecting piano notes.

Watch the video and let us know what you think

'Roll Up Your Sleeves’ from Meg Mac's self-titled EP will feature on HBOs hit series ‘Girls’ in early 2016

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