With each of their recent releases, we have come to fall further in love with Meyru’s inimitable style of indie-rock.
Today marks the band’s unveiling of their ‘Slow Up LP’, alongside new single ‘Theatre Party’. Through its raw and melancholy tones, the track showcases modern American rock and roll at its finest.
“‘Theatre Party’ is a step into a heavier and more stripped down sound for the band. It’s the first song we wrote for the album and it sets the tone for the whole record as the opener. There’s a sense of unnerving and paranoia throughout the track. With the help of Sam Skinner (Pinegrove) we finally got the live and roomy drum sound we’ve been chasing for a long time.”
Garnering praise from the likes of Clash and Earmilk, as well as notable inclusions on flagship Spotify & Apple indie playlists, Meyru are set to take on their biggest year yet.
One of New York’s finest emerging indie outfits Meyru kick off the year by getting blunt with new single ‘Off White’.
Balancing an essence of nostalgia with a fresh perspective in composition and lyrics, the track cuts to the centre of what it means to be caught in a situation with no hope for return.
“’Off White’ is the brief moment in-between confrontation and rejecting the truth. Musically, everything came together for us on this track. Recorded in a single day, ‘Off White’ is fast, to the point and gut wrenchingly honest.”
New York outfit Meyru construct a style of indie-rock that is near impossible not to be charmed by.
This band deliver guitar-driven sounds that feel psychedelic and raw in essence, while their lyricism exudes character and wit.
“’I’d Ask’ is our love letter to the band. As we get older and continue to play together, sometimes there’s a stress that comes along with ‘trying to make it’ in music. This song is is our light hearted reminder that everything’s all good and to not take anything too seriously. It’s the pop song of the record.”