THU 11 MAR – merci, mercy+ LIYAH KNIGHT(SOLD OUT)
THU 18 MAR – merci, mercy + SARAH WOLFE
THU 25 MAR – merci, mercy + ABBY BELLA MAY
THU 01 APR – merci, mercy + CHRIS LANZON
Catch Liyah Knight as she uses her songwriting as a means of expression in the midst of unpacking and reassembling the way she sees herself and the world on Thursday 11 March, or Sarah Wolfe, whose probing and grounded pop is bound to grab your attention on Thursday 18 March.
Abby Bella May combines floating vocals and lush production to form a unique, low-fi sound that is all her own on Thursday 25 March. While Chris Lanzon invites you into his blossoming world through songs of raw emotion, introspective yet relatable experiences and comfortable vulnerability on Thursday 1 April.
These four powerful acts join merci, mercy as she plays a handful of intimate shows every Thursday at The Lansdowne from March 11 to April 1, showcasing her debut EP, no thank you, no thanks, which features the huge singles Fucked Myself Up & Fall Apart. Both tracks were #1 most played when they were added to triple j last year, with Fucked Myself Up reaching one million streams in its first month of release.
no thank you, no thanksis a kaleidoscopic alternative-pop journey through anxiety and self-examination, swirling and evolving as it swings through exultation to darkness in equal measure. The EP sees merci, mercy scrutinising her own thoughts and actions, while trying to make sense of life in confusing times… at an age whereeverything is confusing enough already.
With her star on the rise, merci, mercy has been named in The NME 100: Essential emerging artists for 2021, crowned Apple Music’s ‘New Artist of the Week’ and was the first Australian act to be named Spotify Radar Artist. No doubt her shows are going to be huge in the future, so be sure to take the opportunity to see her in such an intimate setting while you can.