German-Canadian alt-pop singer/songwriter Megan Bulow began busking on the streets of London at the age of 11 before releasing her debut EP prior to graduating from high school. Based in the Netherlands but raised in Germany, England, and the U.S., the artist built online buzz with the single “This Is Not a Love Song,” which gained traction on streaming services in late 2017. The sparkling alternative pop track was one of three included on her first release, Damaged, Vol. 1, which featured a sound that recalled artists like Julia Michaels, MO, and Ella Vos. Months later, she issued Damaged, Vol. 2, which featured the single “Sand and Bored” with rapper Duckwrth. In early 2019, she returned with the languid “Sweet Little Lies,” which was the lead track off of her third EP, Crystalline. The standalone single “Boys Will Be Boys” appeared later that year.
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