new album ‘epicadus’ out now

new album ‘epicadus’ out now

watch Tom Jacob’s documentary about Mesadorm ‘Colour & SOund’

“Some of the most interesting music this year” - The Guardian, 2018

"A beautiful record” - Huw Stephens, BBC Radio 1

“I’m absolutely addicted....really affecting and beautiful, I love it” - Lauren Laverne, BBC 6 Music

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Formed in Bristol in 2015 Mesadorm's emotive and skilled melding of the pastoral and synthetic is the result of a unique combination of experienced musicianship, diverse cultural tastes and the strong bonds of friendship, with songwriting firmly aimed at the space between the piercing domestic observations of Suzanne Vega and the elemental other-worldiness of Bjork, drawing on contemporary influences including Caribou, Grizzly Bear and Sylvan Esso as well as legendary female luminaries like Carole King, Joni Mitchell and Kate Bush.

Aside from the emotional heft of Mesadorm's music, the pedigree of its members is also not to be underestimated. Between them, Mesadorm's members have played with Paloma Faith, Goldfrapp, Rae Morris, Frank Turner, The Unthanks, The Magnetic North, toured with London Grammar and fronted major-label signing Vaults as well as singing on John Lewis' 2016 Christmas Ad.

Building on 2018’s debut album ‘heterogaster’, the band now have new acoustic album ‘Epicadus’ to share. Stream it here...

stream mesadorm’s debut album Heterogaster on your preferred platform.

'Easy' Directed by Tom Jacob

'yours and not yours' directed by Tom jacob

'tell me' directed by tom jacob

live in Maida Vale for Bbc introducing January 2019

filmed by Rob Potter and sam bonham

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mesadorm have been supported by the Momentum Music Fund. Momentum is managed by PRS Foundation, supported using public funding by National Lottery through Arts Council England with support from PPL and in association with Spotify.


Mesadorm are - Blythe Pepino // Aaron Zahl // Daisy Palmer // David Johnston // Jo SIlverston