‘Let’s Leap’ is the first single to be released from art-pop group Mesadorm’s upcoming LP of the same name. Following on from their superb Heterogaster and their stripped-down live album ‘Epicadus’, the band continue to push boundaries both sonically and lyrically. The single is inspired by The Leap Manifesto and the words of Naomi Klein in her rallying book ‘No Is Not Enough’. This, combined with frontwoman’s Blythe Pepino campaigning for climate change, has sharpened the bands focus for change on a global scale.
‘Let’s Leap’ takes a joyous approach to activating the listener. The carnival atmosphere is uplifting and invigorating – surging energy to ask for change, responsibility and action. It’s a great groove with a great message and the track is out now and you can listen to it below. Measdorm’s new album ‘Let’s Leap’ will have a release date announced later this year. You can but the track over on Baby Legs Records.
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