With the release of the album Wheels Within Wheels from Pop Proggers MEER on the horizon, Karisma Records have today released not only the details of the album, but also a single and video of the track Golden Circle which will give fans a taste of what to expect from the band's much anticipated third full-length album.

With its infectious hooks, Golden Circle showcases MEER's unique blend of musical prowess and emotional depth, along their ability to captivate audiences. The combination of soft, serenade-like tones and an undeniable heaviness, and with quite possibly the band's most catchy chorus to date, this is a rock anthem in the making.

Exploring the depths of longing and desire, Golden Circle's lyrics paint a vivid picture of a protagonist grappling with inner turmoil, seeking solace in fleeting moments of euphoria and can be downloaded or streamed from a number of services at: https://orcd.co/goldencircle

Whilst the video, by Birk Rønningsbakken Groven, with its moody lighting by Kåre Nordseth, can be seen at:

Listen + watch: MEER - Golden Circle (Official Music Video)


Formed in Hamar, Norway, in 2008, by the charismatic sibling duo of Johanne and Knut Kippersund, MEER's lineup has grown to eight members, each of whom has brought with them their own musical styles and interests, complementing and influencing each other so that the band's music has become fascinatingly eclectic.

So, with Johanne Kippersund on vocals, Knut Kippersund on vocals, Eivind Strømstad on guitar, Åsa Ree on violin, Ingvild Nordstoga Eide on viola, Ole Gjøstøl on keyboards, Morten Strypet on bass and Mats Lillehaug on drums, Wheels Within Wheels promises to be a masterclass in the blending of symphonic prog and intelligent pop, filled with exceptional musicianship, intricate vocal harmonies, and grandiose melodies.

It is also clear that Wheels Within Wheels, whose title symbolises the hidden complexities beneath the surface, represents a significant evolution for MEER, featuring, as it does, tracks that reach soaring heights interspersed with moments of intimate reflection.

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