Scandinavian DIY punk singersongwriter Kirsti Meiers weaves together her strong voice and piano playing with a world of samples and punchy beats.
Entering the stage with her beloved fender rhodes from ´73 and the loopstation as her loom, Meiers creates a new form of musical storytelling as she encompasses both traditional ingredients from the singersongwriter heritage with electronic elements turning seemingly contrasting elements into an obvious and self-explanatory new sound as she presents her ass-shaking, breath taking, heartbreaking songs that deal with everything from broken cars, sexual attraction, death, hope, motherhood, love and strength.
With an approach to songwriting, the production of her music and not at least performing, that uncompromisingly always serves the will of the material itself Meiers music and performance becomes somehow hard to define as she draws on whatever means necessary to depict and communicate the message of the song.
Being described as a blend of Beatles and Björk with vocal resemblances of Kate Bush, livelooping vocal harmonies in the style of CSNY, Meiers performs music that embraces and celebrates the paradoxes of living. Vividly honest, surprising and very much alive.