If you like your music with a quirky jazz-pop edge to it, then M'GOO's latest track 'I Didn't Want To Hear You Say "I'm Leaving"' will be right up your street.
What makes M'GOO so unique though, is there approach to creating music. Instead of writing about their own life experiences, lead singer, Mike Meighu, chooses to find inspiration from interesting poems, philosophical material and other people's life stories that can be adapted into original material for the group's songs. Such a technique means that M'GOO's music has an edge and individuality about that is hard to find elsewhere in the music world.
For example,'I Didn't Want To Hear You Say "I'm Leaving"' focuses on a story taken from Glynn Washington's 'Snap Judgement' in which a couple are due to be wed, but when the woman decides to see a fortune teller, she has second thoughts about their relationship and promptly leaves, with her partner feeling lost and alone.
Consequently, the single follows the theme of “do we ever really know the person we love?”, forming a fascinating conversation incorporating poetry and visual art (Check out M'GOO's moodboard on their website!)
With an easy listening style, incorporating elements of rock, pop, funk, but primarily jazz, M'GOO are a diverse group of musicians creating music like no one else.
Have a listen to 'I Didn't Want To Hear You Say "I'm Leaving"' here on Soundcloud: