Meredith Meyer’s long-stretching career began when the Oklahoma City native ran away from home as a teen. Her love for music developed through attending punk shows and throwing raves. She later resettled in Los Angeles became a frontwoman around the LA scene in a number of local bands. Meyer eventually moved to New York City in 2010 and formed her former seraphic indie four-piece, Young Unknowns, and in 2016, she and Brandon White began creating music under the name Easy Dreams.
While still collaborating with White in 2020, Meyer has been primarily focused on her solo work the past year. This shift was partly sparked by several major life transitions, including a move back to the West Coast in 2019, but she cites her work in teaching music to people with disabilities as the main initial catalyst for exploring music with a more inward-looking, ambient aesthetic.
Her introverted, experimental compositions enchant and connect with listeners on a profoundly personal level.
Kate Bush, Sonic Youth, Curve, Blonde Redhead, to name a few.