Bülow will be on the Gorse Stage at 7pm on Friday 20th July. Book tickets here.

“Megan Bülow is a 17-year-old from the Netherlands and she also happens to, maybe, be a pop genius” Noisey

“Brilliant…the buzz about Bülow grows louder” Sunday Times, Breaking Act

“Super-smart…beautifully crafted” NME, Ones to Watch for 2018

“Bülow’s song writing is immediate and strikingly honest, mixing modern hip-hop, electronic, and R&B elements with clean production and catchy pop song writing that requires no more than one listen to get hooked.” Pigeons & Planes

At only 18 years old, bülow has emerged with Damaged Vol. 1 – a powerful debut that has resonated across the globe with critics and new fans alike. The tracks “Like This Guy,” “Lines,” and “Not A Love Song” have already clocked tens of millions of streams in a matter of weeks, reaching the Spotify Global Viral chart.

A child of the globe, the German-born Megan Bülow has grown up across five countries including Canada, the UK, the US, and is currently finishing high-school in The Netherlands. The bright-eyed young singer first discovered her love for music while busking on the streets of London at just 10 years old. Years later and three thousand miles away, she was discovered strumming an acoustic guitar at a summer camp in Canada in 2016. Her boundless creativity was apparent, and she began to attract top writing and production talent from around the world. With opportunity at her fingertips, bülow quickly rose to the occasion, meticulously crafting an astounding body of work in her three song debut.

On Damaged Vol. 1, bülow’s sparse and vital electro-pop sound ebbs beneath her unique vocal cadence, blurring the lines between genres and carving out a new space within the modern music landscape. Indeed, bülow is proving that she possesses the rare ability to bend the musical spectrum to her will. Although bülow has only just begun her musical journey, Damaged Vol. 1 stands tall as an impressive flag-bearer for things to come.