• July 29, 2017

    LOS ANGELES, Calif. – Architects of noise, composers of modern art, experimenters, masters of craft... The members of ephemeral collective Tears of Silver bring much to the table. This quartet is comprised of four individual, highly accomplished artists (Ken Stringfellow, Jesse Chandler, Jonathan Donahue and Grasshopper) who would each be able to mesmerize a room on their own repertoire without question.

    But there's magic in mixing, and it's here where a night with Tears of Silver takes on a larger than life significance.

    The players:

    Jesse Chandler comes from Woodstock, N.Y., and is a member of internationally acclaimed bands Midlake and Mercury Rev. Fluent on many different instruments, he's also played sideman... Read more

  • February 1, 2016

    Mercury Rev will be playing the following dates in Europe this summer:

  • November 15, 2015

    As the Mercury Rev make their way across Europe in support of The Light In You this Fall, some live reviews have started to surface.
    Read recent reviews and see photos from the festival and a recent show in (German language).

  • November 14, 2015

    Thoughts and prayers to all of Paris, all of France, The Eagles of Death Metal, to all to all to all.
    Our Paris show at Alhambra will not go on.
    Candles lit
    Candles lit
    Candles lit.
    Jonathan and Grasshopper

  • October 20, 2015

    Mercury Rev are playing a handful of dates in Hong Kong, Singapore and Japan later in the year, including stops at the Neon Lights and Clockenflap festivals.

    Check out the Tour page for dates and tickets.

  • October 7, 2015

    "As Mercury Rev release their first record in seven years, Jonathan Donahue talks to Emma Finamore about coming to terms with the past and understanding the future..."

    Read the full interview

  • October 7, 2015

    Mercury Rev

    When great work is created in spite of the distress and depression that shrouded that period, is it the fascination of having been able to succeed against the odds that preserves the attraction to it? The abyssal lows Mercury Rev suffered after the spectacular failure of 1995's 'See You On The Other Side'- and then the flickering lights of hope that were sought in writing the songs that formed their 1998 classic 'Deserter's Songs'- are indeed the crux of tonight's performance in collaboration with the local Tilburg Conservatorium Orchestra. The band have dealt heavily with orchestration since the mid 90s, so while on the surface there may seem nothing particularly novel about this pairing, frontman Jonathan Donahue... Read more

  • October 2, 2015

    In an online video piece, Alexis Petridis, chief rock critic for U.K. publication The Guardian selects the "The Light In You" as "the one album you should hear this week".

  • September 1, 2015
  • August 20, 2015

    Mercury Rev will play the following shows in Australia this December:

    • Saturday, December 5th - Berry, NSW - Fairgrounds Festival
    • Monday, December 7th - Sydney, NSW - Oxford Art Factory
    • Tuesday, December 8th - Melbourne, NSW - Max Watts
    • Friday, December 11th - Brisbane, QLD - The Zoo

    See the Tour page for all upcoming dates.