Meghann Clancy is an acoustic singer-
Meghann has just released her debut single “Neck of the Woods” and will release her first album “Take Flight” late in 2012.
Meghann's songs are piano and guitar based, a narrative reflective of life experiences.
Take Flight: Escape, Leap, Start.
This album hosts a collection of songs reflecting Meghann's life experiences over the last few years; songs which represent such rites of passage as growing up, leaving home, falling in love, and making difficult decisions to move on with life.
Over the course of 2012, Meghann has collaborated with some exceptionally talented
people, resulting in the creation of this album, and would like to say a massive
thank you to everyone involved: Liam Gaughan, Carl Griffin, Katie Hall, Luke Waterfield,
Alex Campbell, Jessica Bell, Milka Syntia, ODM Ltd, Base HQ. Finally, a huge thank
you to everyone who has shown their support in any way, especially family and friends
who have been there from the beginning. Thanks to everyone who has listened and shared
the music, and attended gigs -
A song about missing friends who are no longer around, and reminiscing about the good times you spent together.
This song narrates an early romantic relationship: meeting, falling in love, learning things are not perfect but wanting to make the effort to work at them.
I wrote this song during the early stages of making the album; to me it was a bit
of a wake-
This is one of the first songs I ever wrote at the age of 18, about confused feelings and wanting something you can't have…
I was inspired by the story of a friend to write this song; it is essentially about
I often find writing songs cathartic, and this is certainly one of those songs whilst anxiously awaiting a resolution.
When I was 21 I lived in the USA for a year, and though I had an amazing experience
I did feel home-
This song was inspired by the story of a young person, initially feeling defeated as a victim of bullying, but then fighting back and coming through the other side a stronger person. It is also where the name of the album comes from.