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The English Dream - Official Music Video

DIRECTED BY MESEROLES / LOCATION : HERNE HILL

Meseroles star in 'Breakfast Means Breakfast" - the official music video for their latest single 'The English Dream'. Guest starring Jamie Whelligan. The band receives a mysterious invitation to attend a splendorous English breakfast. Filled with vague but exciting promises of reviving former breakfast glories ("no avocado"), the opportunity to "take back control" of our own menus, and to end free movement from the table if you haven't finished, our heroes eagerly accept (although they were probably planning on doing something else when the invite came in because they didn't think it'd actually happen). What could possibly go wrong?

CREDITS

'The English Dream' // Written by James Eaton / Daniel Fell / Performed by Meseroles / Recorded by Jon Clayton at One Cat / Mixed by Nick Frater / Mastered by Alex Gordon at Abbey Road

'Breakfast Means Breakfast' // Written, produced, and directed by Meseroles / Edited by Nick Frater / Special thanks to Jamie Whelligan, and also Gemma Greenman for her camera work.

 

The Tourist - Official Music Video

DIRECTED BY MESEROLES / LOCATION : LONDON AND NEW YORK

The video for our debut release ‘The Tourist’ is about as meta as it gets. Taking footage we’ve each shot in London and Brooklyn over the past couple of years, we get to meet the band as they wander and booze their way around dogged London, and majestic New York, on various nights out. From where it all started on Meserole Street, down to the East River, and then over the Atlantic back to Brick Lane and Shoreditch, the narrative closely follows that feeling we all get when strutting through a new city for the first time - intoxicated by the sights, bright lights, and dangerous temptations along the way…

CREDITS

'The Tourist' // Written by James Eaton / Daniel Fell / Performed by Meseroles / Recorded by Jon Clayton at One Cat / Mixed by Nick Frater / Mastered by Frank Arkwright at Abbey Road

Video // Written, produced, and directed by Meseroles / Edited by Nick Frater / James Eaton.