About three years after the release of ‘Incomplete Puzzle’, French indie/trip-hop colective The Lost Merdian just unveiled the first single from their next release with a music video illustrating the song “Caterpillar” (with the contribution of a feminist collective Collages Féministes Bordeaux).
This new track – which talks about sexual harassment and violence in public against women – will be featured on the band’s upcoming EP ‘Regardless of what the omen said’ to be released on September through all platforms.
Founded by four boys and a girl (from various local bands such as Beautiful Lunar Landscape, In Veins or Novlang…) in 2012 around the Bordeaux city area, The Lost Meridian drawns its musical path from the roots of the British 90’s/2000’s scene playing around Archive, Morcheeba or The XX.
After spending about 2 years to find its own artistical figure, the band recorded a first EP called ‘Useless Anger’ released in 2015.Some gigs later and a couple of months spent to write new music, The Lost Meridian released ‘Incomplete Puzzle’ (2018) very well receveid by both professional and public audience.
In 2021, TLM will continue to evolve artistically collaborating with non-musical artists and releasing a third mini-album called ‘Regardless of what the omen said’.