"Weaving in elements from country and folk along with gentle bedroom indie pop, Merce Lemon creates a dynamic space for quiet celebration. Light and sparse, Merce Lemon gives listeners plenty of room to reflect and take in the warm, soft light from each track."
Merce Lemon is a songwriter born, raised, and currently living in Pittsburgh, PA. She grew up immersed in the city’s DIY scene, writing songs and playing in bands, including a punk band called Two Dragons Black and Red, until around the age of 12.
She then took a hiatus from performing through her teen years, not finding her voice again until moving to Seattle for her last year of high school. There she met Dylan Hanwright of the band Great Grandpa, who produced two releases with her: ‘Ideal For a Light Flow With Your Body’ and ‘Girls Who Jump In’. These songs were re-released in 2020 by Pittsburgh record label Crafted Sounds.
After moving back to Pittsburgh in the fall of 2017, Merce recruited a new band—including her father Greg Pierce on guitar. On her new single "Baby" Lemon and her band craft an upbeat breakup song about the importance of love and the ways in which it can fall short. We think you'll adore it.