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some acoustic sessions on youtube. open the dirt and the roots and play the video. there are another two.
posted 8 years ago
We are a four piece from Edinburgh and our name is Meursault.

We belong to an Edinburgh collective called 'Bear Scotland Presents...'

We play what is most accurately described as modern folk music, though this description should not be read as an insinuation that Meursault’s music is primarily gentle or acoustic based.

Listen to the songs.

Oh, and read these...

"Meursault... headed by Edinburgh singer-songwriter Neil Pennycook, are one of the most enticing, yet hard to pin down, groups to emerge from the capital in some time...What holds the two extremes of Meursault together is Pennycook's beautiful songs and instantly recognisable voice, an impassioned, heartwrenching howl that can invest even the most straightforward of phrases with a sense of urgency. Potentially he is Edinburgh's answer to Mark Eitzel of American Music Club who he resembles a little, being a tall, gangly, bald-headed romantic with a black, ironic sense of humour or if he chooses to make pop records, Robert Smith of The Cure. One album into their career, Meursault sound like they could go in all sorts of exciting directions."

-The Scotsman

"At a time when Broken Records and Frightened Rabbit besi... (+) expand
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Pralinette (level 24) wrote:
Meursault ,a small stretch of land .. something inspiring about vineyards?? are you still biodynamic ?? feel free to spread here more please !!!!!!! big love from grapeyard country that like your tasty one !!!
11 months ago
pianolove (level 32) wrote:
Anything new to upload?
11 months ago
fliperty (level 4) wrote:
A running mate from edinburgh raved about this band to me so i headed over to the head of steam in newcastle to catch them. Wonderful band - must catch them at a fll blown gig.
7 years ago
michelleyeah (level 31) wrote:
fuzzyorangebug pointed me over here and I am so glad <3 Such emotion and beauty!

Would LOVE to be able to buy your music here!
7 years ago
fraisylady (level 37) wrote:
feel so much with your songs! i like your tunes
7 years ago
soundsgood (level 43) wrote:
loving your music! :-)
8 years ago
fuzzyorangebug (level 37) wrote:
"A Small Stretch of Land" has touched me in a way that few songs ever have. I can't say I much care for the other songs, but that one is an absolute gem for my ears.
8 years ago
Mimimimimi (level 41) wrote:
8 years ago
alicson (level 39) wrote:
Thank you! You are the Awesome.
8 years ago
tutti (level 9) wrote:
Your music is really nice!
8 years ago
gixxerannie (level 13) wrote:
"the dirt and the roots" is an amazing song. glad you're on t21 and cannot wait for you to upload more of your sounds.
8 years ago
deSalire (level 33) wrote:
I think what I love the most is the singer's voice. I love your sound so much, and just can't wait to hear more. Really, with all the songs so far, the more I listen, the better and better it gets. But of course, in time, after your audience has found you. Love you guys! Thanks so much for sharing!
8 years ago
Dwyndal (level 35) wrote:
yes agreed with frog below. Great sounds you have, welcome to T61
8 years ago
davyhamburgers (level 28) wrote:
good stuff, I await the rest, you might want to wait before uploading more so your songs aren't competing against each other, let some fans build up, if you didn't already know that.
8 years ago