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Mother Mersy drops new live video perfomance of the track "See Right Through Ya"

With captivating live performances fueled by raw energy and emotion, the band has been established as a solid rock n’ roll live phenomenon.


Mother Mersy has been around since 2015 and has ever since spread the gospel of merciless rock n’ roll. With captivating live performances fueled by raw energy and emotion, the band has been established as a solid rock n’ roll live phenomenon. The band just released a live video perfomance of the track "See Right Through Ya".


Mother Mersy is inspired by bands and artists such as David Bowie, Joni Mitchell, Aerosmith, Jeff Buckley, Rival sons and Led Zeppelin, but also by the dark personal portraits in Stephen King's novels and the powerfully uncompromising participants of RuPaul's Dragrace.


Their music shifts from dirty up-tempo rock n 'roll to melancholy, psychedelic ballads in a place where old school 70’s rock music meets contemporary rock n’ roll. Or as the band put it themselves: “the way we think rock n’ roll should sound in 2023. Energetic, soulful and unapologetic".


Mother Mersy's powerful debut album is based on a lot of pain and hard work. Their music ranges from dirty up-tempo rock n 'roll to melancholic, psychedelic ballads from a place where old school 70's rock meets contemporary rock n' roll.


The songs have been created through hard work and fragile, genuine emotions mixed with humor and attitude, by creators who never hesitate to approach the ugly and raw.


Their greatest strength has always been in their live performances and producer Gustav Brunn (Danko Jones, Mando Diao, Viagra Boys, Timbuktu & Damn!) Has managed to capture the energy and nerve from a live show. The songs were recorded in the Yellow Studio and legendary Tambourine Studios.


Mother Mersy is now preparing an explosive live show where they take advantage of the energy generated by two years of touring abstinence. They are getting ready to accentuate their album release with an intense tour period and take out their new songs on the roads in both Sweden and the rest of Europe.








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