At the age of just 18, Megan Wyn has already achieved so much in her fledgling career, but debut release, 'You Don't Get It', has seen Wyn make some serious in-roads.
Megan grew up wanting exactly what she has now, the ability to put pen to paper and have songs fall out of her, to play shows to packed out venues in Manchester, as well as, elsewhere. And most importantly, play the festivals she probably would have attended anyway.
It's also true that moving from her native Anglesey just off the Welsh coast, to her now home of Manchester at the age of 16, would have helped Megan develop not only as a musician but most importantly as a woman.
An old head on young shoulders, Megan rightly feels that she has reached her starting point. With live experiences already in the bag, it was just a matter of honing her sound and landing on something that was truly representative of herself.
Rare that an artist is effortlessly cool whilst calling upon pop sensibilities relentlessly. Wistful but assured in equal measure, Megan sounds exactly like a teenager figuring themselves out.
After her debut release in August 2023, Megan has been booked for numerous tastemaker metropolitan festivals dotted around the country including Twisterella and Beyond The Music, as well as, choice support slots with the likes of Sundara Karma, Swim Deep and Andrew Cushin.
At radio, Megan has already had playlist support from Radio X alongside a live session with John Kennedy. She was also booked to do do a live session with BBC introducing Manchester last minute, whilst gaining repeat support at BBC Radio London and BBC Radio Merseyside.
Wyn was also Huw Stephens' Artist of The Week on BBC Radio Wales and added to the station's playlist.
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