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Rona Mac releases new EP ‘Shades of Ham’



Musician, producer, songwriter and West Wales caravan-dweller Rona Mac shares her new EP ‘Shades of Ham’. She takes a gritty, folk-infused sound that’s in-keeping with her rural surroundings and turns it on it’s head with an injection of refreshing alt-pop production. The EP sees Rona swing between raw, lo-fi laments with stunningly layered, rough-at-the-edges vocals, and crunchy guitar solos that weave in and out of trad-folk sounds and atmospheric EDM twists. The work effortlessly takes her home production to euphoric new heights. She vents her frustration with the current political climate and the lack of honesty in our society, amongst day-to-day struggles in love, mental health, loss, the mundane, the beautiful and above all: vulnerability.





Rona Mac’s music comes unfiltered and full of feeling, as she says “If I can talk about things we've been told we shouldn't, and help people connect to feelings they tucked away in their teens, then I'll be happy when I'm old”.


Rona Mac has recently finished her latest music tour in October, playing at Focus Wales Showcase, Sŵn Fest, Half moon Putney, Clwb Ifor Bach and more. Other recent highlights include New York's CMJ music marathon, plays on BBCRadio6 and Radio Wales, and the success of debut album 'Sheelah'.