Mesh are now back home from their europe-tour. See what Mark Hockings has to say about it: “Thanks to everyone who made the last 4 weeks such an enjoyable, hilarious, slick and professional experience. Everyone's input was crucial and I speak for the whole band when I say that you should all be very proud! Great to see old friends and meet new ones. Thanks everyone!!”
"Automation Baby" is a huge success for Mesh: it hit the german Media-Control-Charts at position 33, on the German Electronic Webcharts it went straight to the top position. But it is not only Germany where Mesh are quiet successful: they entered the European Alternative Charts on Position 1 whereas the new Depeche Mode Album "Delta Machine" is on seven. And also the press was quite excited about the album:
It’s much like re-acquainting oneself with a dear old friend every time Mesh puts out a new album. Few bands retain such a pleasant atmosphere. Mark Hockings and Richard Silverthorn stay firmly in comfort zone on “Automation Baby” and fans will have a hard time resisting the power of the vibrant songs on it.One might argue that not much have changed in the Mesh camp. But it needs to be said that no one in the scene does it better
Reflections of Darkness
'Automation Baby' shows MESH at a peak in their career. It is the perfect blend of what defined them back in the days and what is today. It all results in a modern and clearly not one-dimensional electro pop sound that other bands would kill for.
Peek a boo
After a few sessions I can say this album is a major hit! It has the energy, it feels sad when needed, angry when needed... It all feels so true and to conclude this intro: sounds like we all would love that the new Depeche Mode would sound like! I know from the first time I saw Mesh on stage that some people were saying it was a Depeche Mode rip-off, but the rip-off nowadays sounds better than the original... Mesh is after this album for sure delivering already one of the best albums of this year!
M. Scheulen, Köln
Good news for the band, bad news for all the fans who haven’t bought their tickets yet: the Mesh-Show in Leipzig is sold out! On Saturday, 13th of April, Mesh plays together with Torul, Minerve, Vanguard and Kosmos at Werk II. Before the Show, at 6 pm, there will be signing-session at “Saturn”, which is located in the main-station.
12.04.2013 - Germany, Bochum, Matrix
13.04.2013 - Germany, Leipzig, Werk II SOLD OUT!
14.04.2013 - Germany, München, Backstage
15.04.2013 - Austria, Wien, Szene
17.04.2013 - Germany, Frankfurt, Batschkapp
13.09.2013 - Madrid (E), Sala Heineken
14.09.2013 - Barcelona (E), Sala Apolo
Covenant present new live member at E-Tropolis festival in Berlin – and new Single “Last Dance”
Covenant have just introduced their new band member Andreas Catjar at their headline show of Berlins E-tropolis Festival. In front of 2000 people not only the new live member was introduced but the swedes premiered also the new A-side single track “Last Dance” with a good response. Currently the band is putting the finishing touches onto “last Dance” in their studio in Helsingborg. “Last Dance” will be released in Early June as a limited Edition E.P. with six tracks in total and three exclusive B-Sides to prelude the first tunes of forthcoming album “Leaving Babylon”.
With their current album „Automation Baby“ Mesh hit the german Media-Control-Charts at position 33. On the German Electronic Webcharts the new album went straight to the top position. Mesh are quiet happy about this high entry: „Thank you all for your support. This wouldn't be possible without you, the fans, who keep spreading the word about our music. We live and die for fans like you.“ But it is not only Germany where Mesh are quiet successful: they entered the European Alternative Charts on Position 1 whereas the new Depeche Mode Album "Delta Machine" is on seven.
The previous album “A Perfect Solution” hit the charts in 2009 at number 89.
The limitied and signed version of the new Ghost & Writer single "Never Take Fire" is now sold out!
But three of the fours songs are still available for free here! It can be downloaded until the album "Red Flags" will be released.
On Friday, 15th of March, the long anticipated "Automation Baby"-Album from Mesh will be released. Fans are really looking forward to the material. The prerelease-single "Born To Lie" has raised interest as well as the fantastic "Making Of"-Video of the albums closing ballad "You Couldn't See This Coming". The video shows that the album has a very diverse and varied style. "Born To Lie" also scored pole positions on the German Alternative Charts as well as the European Alternative Charts.
"Automation Baby" will be released in a 14-Track-Regular-Version as well as in a Limited-Edition-Box-Set including a full-metal-pin, two stickers and a bonus-cd with remixes and exclusive tracks. The Box-Set is limited to 2500 units, so there is certainly a good reason to place your order a little faster. To celebrate the release Dependent also raffles five exclusive Mesh-mugs off. Everybody who orders the Limited-Edition from our website takes part in the drawing lots. Order your copy of the regular album here and the limited edition here.