Meg Lawrenson shares anthemic new single "Use My Body"

Brighton based singer-songwriter Meg Lawrenson in the last few weeks has shared her anthemic new acoustic-pop single "Use My Body". This is the first release of 2020 for the songwriter and is the follow-up to her 2019 release "Swallow".

So far the Brighton based artist has got well over 60k plays on Spotify, a real testament for a up and coming musician who's first release was only two years ago. Since she started performing live she's played numerous festivals as well as supporting Toploader and Kyle Falconer from The View.

"Use My Body" is a great example of her talent, with Megs vocals reminding us of a Hayley Williams mixed in with some folk and nods such as Kacey Musgraves, the instrumentation of the track is heavily focused on the guitars. The delightful electric guitar tones in the chorus are a shimmering example of how upbeat this song can be, even though the tone of the track is about someone settling for a physical relationship rather one with emotions.

Speaking about the tune Meg says - "I hope the song uplifts people I hope they will not settle for anything less than they deserve. I hope people who listen can realise how sad it is, not to appreciate your body as you should".

With priase already coning in from BBC Introducing Oxford, BBC Radio Kent as well as acclaim from LoxFest it's no wonder the more she releases the higher the plays go. It's looking like a sharp climb to going viral after this song as "Use My Body" is an infectious anthem in the waiting, once again showing us that Brighton has one of the best unsigned scenes in the UK world!