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Angie McMahon has announced her debut album, ‘Salt’

It's due on 26th July via AWAL Recordings.
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Published: 10:48 am, June 21, 2019
Angie McMahon has announced her debut album, ‘Salt’

Angie McMahon has announced her debut album, ‘Salt’.

Due on 26th July via AWAL Recordings, the release is preceded by the Melbourne-based songwriter’s new single, ‘And I Am A Woman’.

“There are all these things that our society teaches us about bodies, spaces, choices, feelings, safety, that we have to question and unlearn and do better with,” she says of the track.

“This song started as a heated conversation, but I had to finish it on my own and make it into music because I didn’t feel like talking, I felt like yelling. I wanted the hurting to be obvious.”

The album’s full track listing reads:

1. Play The Game
2. Soon
3. Keeping Time
4. Slow Mover
5. Missing Me
6. Push
7. Pasta
8. Standout
9. Mood Song
10. And I Am A Woman
11. If You Call

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