Another day, another artist reaching a carefully-targeted audience via an app that isn’t a social network or DSP.
Gen Z favourite Declan McKenna collaborated with music teaching app Yousician to connect with his fans via a private livestream and, perhaps more interestingly, via some lessons from the man himself.
The thinking is simple: if you use Yousician to learn guitar, there’s a good chance you’re a fan of the likeable anti-establishment singer-songwriter too, and you’ll feel more connected to McKenna in a space that’s special to you – a music learning app – than on a standard livestream or Youtube video.
McKenna made videos of himself teaching his guitar parts to two of his songs, “Daniel, You’re Still A Child” and “Beautiful Faces”, available to subscribers.
It’s another example of an artist zeroing in on the characteristics of their fanbase and giving them what they want: increased interactivity and closeness to an artist – in a platform they use to be more like their hero.
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Great idea by Yousician but the App has a terrible reputation for endlessly charging even when users have tried to cancel.. buyer beware
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