|Megan Sullivan McInerney|
|Born||6 July 1990|
Sydney, New South Wales
|Labels||littleBIGMAN/Inertia, 300 Entertainment, EMI Music Australia|
Megan Sullivan McInerney (born 6 July 1990 in Sydney, Australia), known by her stage name Meg Mac, is an Australian singer-songwriter and musician. She signed to littleBIGMAN records in 2014, locally, and 300 Entertainment in United States.
Mac started developing her singing as soon as she could speak. She started writing songs as a teen. She began a degree in Digital Media but soon quit this after she moved to Perth to study music at the WA Academy of Performing Arts. After completing her degree, she recorded "Known Better" and submitted it to Triple J's Unearthed program. At this point, she decided to move from Perth to Melbourne and left on a road trip with a car load of friends. It was during this trip as they were approaching Melbourne that she discovered that Triple J were planning to play her song that evening.
In July 2014, Mac announced her first national headline tour to promote her debut extended play, MegMac, which was issued on 12 September that year on littleBIGMAN Records. On Triple J, the national youth radio station, she was announced as their "Unearthed Artist of 2014", while Marie Claire Australia chose her as an "Artist to Watch" for 2015 and she received a nomination for Rolling Stone Australias "Best New Talent" Award.
On 15 August 2015, Mac achieved her first top 50 chart appearance with "Never Be", which entered the ARIA Singles Chart at No. 39. It out-peaked her first top 100 single, "Roll Up Your Sleeves", which had reached No. 80 in August 2014. At the ARIA Music Awards of 2015 she was nominated for Best Female Artist for MEGMAC and Breakthrough Artist for "Never Be". On 26 January 2016 "Never Be" made it to No.11 on the Triple J Hottest 100.
In October 2018, Mac released the single "Give Me My Name Back" which she told Billboard "is a song for those who have suffered emotional and physical abuse; it's for the women who are standing up and speaking out, those discriminated against in the LGBTQI community, the indigenous people of Australia and the children abused by the church. For everyone who has lost an important part of themselves and need to reclaim their identity, dignity and self-worth in order to move forward with their lives." Her second studio album was announced on 12 April 2019 under the title Hope.
|Title||Album details||Peak chart positions|
|Title||Year||Peak chart positions||Album|
|"Roll Up Your Sleeves"||2014||80|
|"Never Be"||2015||39||Non-album single|
|"Low Blows"||2017||--||Low Blows|
|"Maybe It's My First Time"||92|
|"Don't Need Permission"||--|
|"Give Me My Name Back"||2018||--||Hope|
|"Something Tells Me"||2019||--|
|"I'm Not Coming Back"||--|
(Dan Sultan featuring Meg Mac)
|2018||Killer Under a Blood Moon|