To record her new album “Light, Dark, Light Again,” Angie McMahon had to go through fire. The Melbourne singer-songwriter's second LP was written from the ashes of a tough but transformative few years of relationship changes, personal breakdowns and shattering realizations about herself.
At times McMahon felt like he was falling apart. But instead, she pushed through and found that hope, joy and relief lie on the other side of the pain.
While McMahon's 2019 debut album was understated and gentle, "Light, Dark, Light Again" wanted her to see how big she could go with her sound. The vision was to create songs that were warm, cosmic and expansive. At the same time, McMahon wanted to preserve the intimacy of the way many of her songs were written - alone in her bedroom, as home demos shared only with friends over two largely isolated years during the pandemic. She presents the album exclusively at the concert in the Heimathafen Neukölln.