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Hear Meg Myers’ Lovelorn Reflection on ‘The Morning After’

Singer-songwriter's sophomore release 'Make a Shadow' due on February 11

picture-18547-1390524318By: Kyle McGovern // February 7, 2014

Meg Myers seethed, “Baby, I want to fuck you / I want to feel you in my bones,” on “Desire,” a (clearly) no-nonsense single from her upcoming Make a Shadow EP. Now, the Nashville-bred, Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter has followed that conquest with “The Morning After,” another track from her new short-player, out February 11 via Atlantic Records.

As its title suggests, “The Morning After” deals with next-day regret and, fittingly, the grit and aggression that fueled “Desire” has subsided, allowing for a quiet, twinkling ballad. “I can’t feel anything the morning after you,” Myers sings over acoustic guitar. “And I can’t tell anyone the morning after you.”

Listen to the confessional below, and head over to iTunes to pre-order the Make a Shadow EP.