In her latest single, “Yellow Car,” Marr Not Meeger, also known as Rowan Meagher, talks about the theme of becoming our own worst enemies in relationships.
This song is the first release from her upcoming seven-song EP, “The Boy in the Tree,” set to be launched in mid-2024. It offers a glimpse into the broader themes and emotions that Marr, Not Meeger, will delve into in her upcoming musical collection.
In the song, Meegar talks about a complicated relationship she finds herself in and doesn’t want to get too close. She also talked about wanting attention, feeling a lack of recognition from her partner, and her desire for physical connection.
The themes of the song are seeking love and acknowledgment in a somewhat unconventional and humorous way, and insecurity.
The song ends with a realization that Meegar doesn’t feel real without physical touch and a longing for the past when she is still in contact with someone.
The primary instrument in this song is the acoustic guitar, which was played skillfully to create a folk-pop vibe. The song maintains a moderate pace, providing a smooth and calm atmosphere. Marr Not Meeger’s gentle vocals enhance the overall quality of the song. She effortlessly sings in harmony with the beat, maintaining control over her vocals throughout the track, contributing to the song’s overall greatness.
The melodies created in this song by Meegar’s vocals and the acoustic guitars are really nice and easy to remember. They’re so catchy that the song stayed in my head after I listened to it for the first time.