Esmé Patterson – We Were Wild | Music Video – Conversations About Her

Esmé Patterson – We Were Wild | Music Video

Conversations About Her

Esmé Patterson – We Were Wild | Music Video



Esmé Patterson offers her latest video, one for title track off of her third album, We Were Wild, out Friday (November 11) on CD and limited edition magenta vinyl. Apparently Esmé’s typical quick and live-recording style adopted for her first two efforts was abandoned in favour of a prolonged period of pre-production.


“We Were Wild” is wistful with jangly country folk guitar with thick, sedate, tree trunk bass. Things get impassioned and hectic, busy and frenzied. She sounds content, but there is also an element of melancholy to give the song some extra dimension. Shadows esque guitar gives it, you could say, a stilted happiness, a certain naiveté.


The video, shot entirely on her iPhone, sees her take on the role of director, editor and producer in the wilds of Alaska. Whether that is taking in the sights out the window of a train journey, or feet planted on ground admiring the scenery up, close and personal, there is plenty to admire. More so when you have bird’s eye view, soaking it all up via aeroplane. Tour dates bottom of article.



Esmé Patterson TOUR DATES:




15th Dublin The Ruby Sessions, Doyles Bar – headline show
16th Dublin Olympia Theatre
18th Salisbury City Hall
19th Falmouth Princess Pavilion SOLD OUT
21st Liverpool O2 Academy Liverpool
22nd Carlisle Sands Centre
23rd Doncaster Dome
25th Coventry The Empire SOLD OUT
26th Cardiff The Great Hall SOLD OUT
27th Oxford New Theatre
28th Exeter The Great Hall
30th Reading Hexagon SOLD OUT




1st Leeds University Refectory SOLD OUT
2nd Aberdeen The Garage SOLD OUT
3rd Edinburgh Usher Hall
5th Scunthorpe Baths Hall
6th Warrington Parr Hall SOLD OUT
7th Newcastle Northumbria Uni
9th Nottingham Rock City SOLD OUT
10th De La Warr Pavilion
11th Norwich UEA SOLD OUT
12th Guildford G Live SOLD OUT
13th London Servant Jazz Quarters – Headline show
14th Portsmouth Guildhall



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