Declan McKenna || VH Artist of the Week (23/01/17)

A little while ago I received several emails from Chalk Press Agency about an artist called Declan McKenna. After getting over my birthday relaxation period, I finally took notice of these emails and listened to his latest track (after all, they had been ever so kind last year having sent me a private link to The Big Moon’s Formidable video prior to its release). I thoroughly enjoyed what I heard, he puts his passion for music and politics together in such an ingenious way, stating the problems of the world, while giving us something to sing about. I was a little late for promoting it, so decided to feature McKenna in my Artist of the Week slot over at Vulture Hound, which you can find on the website now:

http://vulturehound.co.uk/2017/01/artist-of-the-week-230117-declan-mckenna/

My article is also included in the magazine (with McKenna as Artist of the Month), which is available online and in print:
https://issuu.com/vulturehound/docs/vulturehound15 (p37-38)

Thanks to Harry at Chalk Press Agency for the heads up on this guy, definitely gonna keep an eye on him for the future.

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Author: Samantha Mae

Hi! I am a freelance writer based in Southampton, UK. Specialising in music and lifestyle, I enjoy digging deep and getting personal. When it comes to music, for me it is less about what “is good”, and more about what it conveys. As for lifestyle, anything goes. Open to collaboration and new ideas, get in touch!

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