Australian songwriter Angie McMahon is the twenty-something heroine you can relate to and root for; the star of her honest songs about life, love, and comfort food.
Having filled some of Australia’s most revered venues, her debut album Salt is stocked with the raw, honest anthems – like ‘Slow Mover’, ‘Missing Me’, and ‘Pasta’ – that have enraptured fans, charts, media, and the global music community.
Drawing inspiration from Bruce Springsteen, Lianne La Havas and Big Thief, her music ranges from punchy rock to whispering ballads, but hums with the humanity and authenticity of a true original. Angie has sold out every headline Australian show she has played to date, including The Forum, Melbourne Recital Centre and Sydney's City Recital Centre.
Angie is the successful recipient of the Josh Pyke Partnership, triple j's Unearthed Laneway Festival, NLMA 'Voice of the Year', SXSW Grulke Prize, AIR Awards 'Best Rock Album' and has had two certified Gold accredited singles in Slow Mover and Missing Me.
Angie's debut album 'Salt' debuted at #5 on the ARIA Charts, #1 on the Australian ARIA charts and #1 on the Vinyl ARIA Charts. Angie has supported the likes of Alanis Morisette, Angus & Julia Stone, Cat Power, Father John Misty, The Shins, Hozier, Gary Clark Jr and The Pixies.
She has also appeared on multiple Australian festival slots including Groovin the Moo, Splendour in the Grass, Laneway Festival and Paul Kelly's 'Making Gravy'. As well as playing SXSW, Angie has featured on key international festivals including All Together Now (Ireland), Other Voices (Ireland), Dot-to-Dot (UK), BBC Live at the Quay (Scotland), Best Kept Secret (Netherlands), Flux FM (Germany), Newport Folk Festival (US), Luck Reunion at Willie Nelson's Ranch (US), amongst others. Angie's greatest achievements have been the incredible connection she has developed with her loyal fans, both in the live space and in terms of the tens of millions of listeners she has garnered over time.