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Entropies are a musical project formed of vocals and keys (Sheida Kiran), violin, guitar (Sophie Sanford), cello (Emilia Pearce), and percussion (Fran Lombardelli). They take inspiration from film scores, and describe their music as a fusion of genres, from indie-jazz, to cinematic and neo-classical. They use their music to tell human stories from around the world, recently featuring in Sheida Kiran’s BBC Our World documentary ‘Harvesting Turkey’s Tea’. 
By using a mixture of sounds from their Turkish, Iranian, Japanese and Italian backgrounds, they fuse different elements of world music into their pieces. Their style is influenced by artists such as Portishead, Olafur Arnalds, Max Richter and Hania Rani.


Entropies released their second single, ‘Blue Ghost’ in 2021, which was recorded at Dean Street Studios, and featured on BBC Music Introducing and Radio X’s ‘X-Posure’ show with John Kennedy. Entropies regularly gig in London with Sofar Sounds, have played at Come Bye Festival 2022 and have been featured on BBC Music Introducing and Radio X’s ‘X-Posure’ show with John Kennedy. Most recently, the group scored for the BBC Our World documentary 'Turkey's Earthquake: Those Who Stayed' by Sheida Kiran, first broadcast in February 2024.

Entropies are currently recording their debut EP, The Harvest, set for release in mid-2024, supported by Help Musicians and the Bert Jansch Foundation.

Instagram: @entropiesband


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