Meg Mac - “Only Love” press photo

Meg Mac releases a fascinating music video for her stellar new offering, entitled, “Only Love”

Meg Mac is a singer-songwriter and musician from Sydney, Australia. Not too long ago, she released a fascinating music video for her new alternative tune, entitled, “Only Love,” directed by Tim Georgeson, an Australian filmmaker, photographer, and visual artist.

Meg Mac – “Only Love” music video

The audiovisual finds Meg Mac journeying through open terrain. Apparently, she has gotten herself up and out of a broken town with hopes of turning her life around. Not too far away, she sees a mystic figure that symbolizes everything that is just out of reach, everything that she desires, and everything that she is not. Mac sings about being in love, “Would I do it again? Oh, yes, I’d do it again. Is it worth all the noise? Is it worth all the pain? I would do it again because, at the end of the day, it’ll hurt just the same.”

‘Only Love’ contains a relatable narrative, introspective lyrics, and ear-pleasing vocals that will resonate well with music lovers. The likable tune possesses radiant instrumentation flavored with contemporary pop and alternative elements. Furthermore, “Only Love” follows hot on the heels of Meg Mac’s previously released singles including “Is It Worth Being Sad” and “On Your Mind.”

“Would I do it again? Oh, yes, I’d do it again.”

Meg Mac - “Only Love” press photo

“It feels like my calling, my purpose, my happiness. But it’s driving me crazy and the root of all my troubles. How can it be the source of my best and worst moments.” – Meg Mac stated

Meg Mac has built a passionate fan base on the back of her honest tunes. Retreating to the stillness of the Australian countryside, Meg has created some of her most personal music to date, tapping collaborators as esteemed as The Donuts (H.E.R., Kendrick Lamar). With plenty more to come over the coming months, keep a close eye on Meg Mac this year.

“Only Love” single

Meg Mac - “Only Love” song cover art

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