Oslo-based band Mayflower Madame share new music video "Ludwig Meidner" taken from their recent album Prepared for a Nightmare.
Mayflower Madame's long-awaited second LP "Prepared For A Nightmare" was launched June 12th 2020 (vinyl/CD) and distributed worldwide via French labels Only Lovers Records and Icy Cold Records in collaboration with US label Little Cloud Records. The album, which has received excellent reviews so far, sees the band delving even deeper into their characteristic blend of psych-noir and post-punk while also showing more variation by adding elements of dream-pop and dark-wave.
The band is sharing a music video dedicated to German Expressionist painter Ludwig Meidner (1884-1966), the video is directed by Astrid Serck. and is using live footage by Broadcast Oslo and also contains footage from the movie "The City" (1939).
Oslo's Mayflower Madame are purveyors of darkly inflected post-punk swathed in shimmering shoegaze and atmospheric psychedelia. Their debut LP "Observed in a Dream" (2016) created a buzz in the underground music press and earned them tours in both North America and Europe. They have shared the stage with bands like Killing Joke, Moon Duo, Froth, Psychic Ills, Night Beats, Crocodiles and The Underground Youth, which further might give you an indication of their sonic landscape.