MNDR is the name of Amanda Warner's synth pop persona as well as her production and songwriting duo with Peter Wade. After moving to New York City to become a songwriter in 2009, Warner worked with the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, playing bass on their 2009 album, It's Blitz!, and designing a touring keyboard setup for the band. In March 2009, Wade and Warner released MNDR's debut single, "C.L.U.B.," in March 2009, and their first EP, E.P.E., arrived on WonderSound a year later. Also in 2010, Warner appeared on "Bang Bang Bang," the lead single from Mark Ronson's third album, Record Collection, and toured with him for a year.
During this time, MNDR collaborated with many artists, including RAC and Kele on the 2013 single "Let Go," and Sweet Valley on their 2015 EP Dance 4 a Dollar. MNDR also appeared on Michna's 2015 track "Solid Gold" and on Flume's "Like Water" from his Grammy-winning album Skin, and worked with Jai Wolf, Charli XCX, and AlunaGeorge, among others. MNDR remained prolific in 2017, reuniting with RAC; collaborating with Tokimonsta, Le Youth, Martin Solveig, Oliver and Scissor Sisters.
This summer, Warner will release new singles under MNDR, including “Gravity” - her first solo release since 2013.