Born in a tiny half-bedroom in Brooklyn, Mease has always found comfort in the solitude of his own thoughts, often preferring the landscapes within his mind's eye over the bustle of the city that surrounds him.
Lapland's UK single 'Where did it go' (released March 10th) showcases Mease's knack for mixing various genres. One can hear the effect of the myriad of music styles and genres that have shaped Lapland - Early synth pioneers of the 60´s and 70´s, French Impressionists like Ravel and Debussy, and 1970´s staples like Fleetwood Mac.
His debut, self-titled album comes out on the same date.
Listen to 'Where Did It Go?' here:
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