In March 2024 Platoon released the world premiere recording of Anna Meredith’s fanfare for orchestra Nautilus from Dalia Stasevska and the BBC Symphony Orchestra - part of the album Dalia’s Mixtape. Stasevska discusses the 5 ½-minute track in a Gramophone podcast with Andrew Mellor here.

The orchestral version of the track from Meredith's debut album Varmints received its world premiere in 2021 from Stasevska and the Lahti Symphony Orchestra; she also conducted the piece at the Hollywood Bowl with the Los Angeles Philharmonic in August 2022. It received its US premiere from Thomas Adès and the LA Phil in April 2022; other ensembles to programme the piece include the San Francisco Symphony, Seattle Symphony, Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, Queensland Symphony Orchestra and Esprit Orchestra. In November 2024 it was conducted by Joana Mallwitz and the Konzerthausorchester Berlin; its most recent performance was on 15 April at London’s Barbican Centre from the London Schools Symphony Orchestra conducted by Enyi Okpara.

string quartet version of the iconic track, arranged by viola player Richard Jones, appeared on the Ligeti Quartet’s all-Meredith album Nuc in April 2023. Widely used in film and media, Nautilus has featured in adverts for Prada and in Netflix's Lady Gaga documentary Gaga: Five Foot Two. In August 2023 the orchestral version was choreographed by Robert Dekkers and Post:ballet for the Burning Man Festival; the extended version of the track was also used by the Royal Ballet in 2019 for the re-opening of the Linbury Theatre, choreographed by Calvin Richardson for Something Borrowed