Soul food

Classic meets modern with Meyru’s “Running Day Dreams”

Meyru are the best of both indie rock worlds with their song “Running Day Dreams.” Coupling together a hint of Nirvana-esque grunge with the upbeat and infectious stylings of modern acts the likes of Arctic Monkeys and Young the Giant, teh NYC group ensemble deliver a catchy and groove-inducing slice of angst and musicianship that doesn’t always come easily. Tag-teamed guitar hooks will get instantly stuck in your heard as the bass and drums lay down an airtight groove. The lead vocals carry just hint of bite and a whole lot of feeling, making for one memorable good time!

ABOUT THE ARTIST:

Meyru is a New York City rock band with a fresh take on nostalgic indie rock. Made up of two cousins and their lifelong friend, the group plans to release their debut album “Good To See You” in early 2019. The crew’s indie pop melodies, bolstered by intricate guitar leads and driving bass were quickly grasped by local crowds leading to a series of sold out shows at NYC Venues such as Mercury Lounge, The Bowery Electric, Pianos, and The Bitter End. After becoming known for their energetic live shows 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). The band is currently gearing up to tour the rest of the country.

KEEP UP WITH MEYRU:

https://www.meyrumusic.com/

https://www.facebook.com/meyrumusic/

https://www.instagram.com/meyrumusic/

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