The Mezz celebrate love and life with 1980s-inspired “Now I Found You”


The Mezz - "Now I Found You"

Oxford indie-pop artist The Mezz is making waves with their latest line of original songs and exciting live shows, consistently selling out venues across London and the South-East while traipsing into international territory. The Mezz includes catchy hooks, beautiful harmonies and energetic guitars that make their songs radio-ready.

Before releasing their highly anticipated EP, The Mezz EP, set to release on March 8, The Mezz has released their latest single, “Now I Found You,” which delves into the indie-pop genre.

“Now I Found You” is about a clear and straightforward love, with the group celebrating finding someone who brings joy, rejuvenates life and provides some freedom from the world’s challenges. Rather than emphasizing online personas and self-worth, The Mezz’s latest track explores synth wave and 1980s pop-inspired music.

This follows their debut EP, Avoid the Panic, released in 2022, as well as the carefree upbeat track “Bridges” and truthful, pop-rock “Harbour The Feeling.” In the face of unexpected adversity, including drummer Charlie’s battle with bowel cancer, The Mezz pushed back and defied the odds, and now their music is now better and stronger than ever. Their music reflects this seemingly impossible triumph of courage and hope while complimenting it with an exciting indie-pop exploration.

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