Meg Chandler’s latest single, ‘Bad Luck’, serves as a poignant reflection on the trials and tribulations of modern dating, delivered through her signature fusion of folk, indie, and pop. Hailing from the picturesque countryside of Shropshire, Chandler’s upbringing steeped in music is evident in the soulful melodies and introspective lyricism that characterise her work.

At just 23 years old, Chandler showcases a maturity beyond her years as she navigates the complexities of being a young adult, weaving tales of home and the universal anxieties of mediocrity into her music. ‘Bad Luck’ stands as an empowering anthem for those weary of the pitfalls of modern romance, offering solace to those who find themselves navigating the treacherous waters of love in the digital age.

Collaborating with Manchester-based duo SOAP, Chandler brings her vision to life with precision and authenticity. The result is a springtime tune that resonates with anyone who has ever experienced the sting of romantic misfortune. With support from BBC Shropshire, BBC Hereford + Worcester, BBC Radio 1, and BBC Radio 6, Chandler is poised for a promising future, and ‘Bad Luck’ is a shining example of her undeniable talent and potential.

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