Think Meadowlark, think pure perfection in a soaring vocal. That’s probably the first thing you’ll notice when you hear this exceptional Bristol-based electro/pop duo. The voice belongs to Kate McGill but she’s only half of the story. While she also brings her keyboard playing and song-writing to the mix, she is equally matched by partner Dan Broadly who is a multi-instrumentalist.


Meadowlark is the result of a culmination of years of work by two individual musicians whose joint output is greater than the sum of their parts. Both hail originally from Plymouth, but the pair hooked up in Bristol and, such was their reputation as individuals, they were invited to support Bastille at the Kasbah Club in Coventry as their very first live outing. Nervous, but undaunted, they went on to put a bunch of tunes together in a very short space of time and pulled off the show magnificently. There followed an Academy tour with Gabrielle Aplin and support for Elvis Costello at Thetford Forrest as well as slots at top festivals including the BBC Introducing stage at Glastonbury and Great Escape, plus appearances in Vampire Diaries and Made In Chelsea on TV. As well as strong radio support from their local Bristol BBC Introducing, they also made it onto the national airwaves with a session on Dermot O’Leary’s Radio 2 show and repeat spins on Radio 1, 6Music, Virgin and Radio X. Extensive headline tours of the UK and Europe, further festival appearances and a series of single and EP releases won the hard-working pair further acclaim. In 2017, came their debut album, Postcards, a collection of catchy polished and perfected alt-pop.