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FlecHaus Release Second New Single, “What We’ve Got,” June 23

FlecHaus release their second new single “What We’ve Got” on Friday, June 23. The Austin-based quintet are: Megan Flechaus, lead vocals/rhythm guitar; Kenzie Slottow, flute; Dominick Chaillot, bass; Nathan Smith, drums; and Sara Louise, backing vocals.


Austin, Texas-Based Band Fronted By Singer-Songwriter Megan Flechaus

What We’ve Got, explains Megan, “is about realizing a major difference between you and someone else that cannot be reconciled, and choosing to separate from them.”

As with FlecHaus’ first single, What We’ve Got was recorded at The Compound, mastered by Chris Kress, and recorded, mixed, and produced by Benjamin Alan Levy, who all Austin-based. It’s available onCD Baby as is Megan Flechaus’ previous album, New.

Watch for upcoming area dates for FlecHaus, including a show at Dozen Street in Austin on Thursday, June 29. The band will also be doing a video for “Pitter Patter,” another new single to be released this Summer.

Megan Flechaus, for whom FlecHaus is named, has been called “Austin’s Rising Star” by Indie Pulse Music (complete interview here). Professor johnny P’s Blogspot cited Megan’s “strong, expressive voice which is a delight to hear” in a stellar review of her aforementioned 2014 album, New.

Indie Pulse Music – Megan Flechaus interview (Austin’s Rising Star)

Professor Johnny P’s Blogspot – New (CD Review)



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