Meyru are back! The indie-rock five-piece take us to a world where rock meets indie-pop in their new single "At Some Point," a welcomed addition to their stellar repertoire.
Meyru closed out 2019 with the release of their debut album Good To See You, which featured hit single "She" (which landed itself on Spotify's Discover Weekly Playlist) "Something I Like" and "Running Day Dreams."
Meyru's perfected sound of nostalgic indie-rock lends itself perfectly to this new single. Featuring instrumental solos that'll have you swaying to the beat and romantic vocals that take you on a journey, "At Some Point" is a genre-bending burner. On the single Meyru explain it's "kinda the start of a different direction for Meyru. It's simpler. I mean I didn't think we could get any simpler, but it is. It's a short, sweet and poppy love song telling someone who may or may not love you back to get their shit together and just tell you what they want."
With a songwriting sensibility reminiscent of The Cars and vocal tone reminiscent of Kurt Cobain, the NYC five-piece bring a much needed fervent and renewed energy to the indie-rock scene. The crew's indie pop melodies, bolstered by intricate guitar leads and driving bass has lead them to a series of sold out shows at NYC Venues such as Mercury Lounge, The Bowery Ballroom, and Pianos.
The band spent a month in the mountains of North Carolina where they recorded their debut album in the basement of an abandoned church with the help of Brooklyn based producer, Tyler Brown, and mastering engineer, Dan Millice (A$AP Rocky, Al Green, 50 Cent).