Following the release of their latest single, That Song, Toronto-based indie pop duo Mear are touring the East Coast with dates throughout Nova Scotia and New Brunswick this month.
Musician Greg Harrison splits his time between his home in Fredericton and his adopted home in Toronto. That’s where he met vocalist Frances Miller and together formed the duo Mear. With an EP, an album, and a handful of singles to their credit, Harrison and Miller continue to explore the possibilities of their unique collaboration merging elements of folk and pop music through a variety of layers and textures that play off Miller’s soothing voice and Harrison’s visionary approach to composition. Mear is an experiment that continues to yield rewards.
Mear are currently touring the East Coast in support of their latest single, That Song, released in April, and their debut album, Soft Chains, nominated for Electronic Recording of the Year at the 35th annual East Coast Music Awards.
“Whether you want to dance around the living room or feel whimsically lost in emotion,
Mear has you covered.” – Higher Plain Music
May 4 | Wolfville, NS | The Church Brewing w/ Pat LePoidevin
May 5 | Halifax, NS | ECMA Indie Pop Stage – Casino Nova Scotia
May 10 | Saint John, NB | Saint John Arts Centre w/ Sadie
May 11 | Fredericton, NB | The Cap w/ Joseph Ross
May 12 | Moncton, NB | Tide & Boar w/ Ghostown Belle & Sonic Hz
May 14 | Montreal, QC | La Sotternea w/ Holobody, Jules Nominal & Ky & Andres Salas