// The Mezz // Engine Rooms // London Show // 23-07-21 //

On Friday night, London’s intimate Engine Rooms saw three up-and-coming bands take to the stage for yet another sold-out show. On our radar since warming up for Naked Next Door early last year, the four-piece band, The Mezz made sure their performance was one to remember.

 

Opening their set with debut single, “When I Found You”, The Mezz captivated the crowd during their nine-song performance, where they played unreleased songs including “Stars” and “Yesterday You said Tomorrow”  from their upcoming EP.

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Jumping around the stage and at one point even climbing it, frontman Ben Comley performed with a contagious energy that was impossible for the other acts to match, and although the entire band jumped around and got incredibly sweaty in the cosy venue, neither their stamina nor their vocals failed them.

 

Filling in for guitarist Dan whilst on hiatus, Joe Wastie had just one week to learn the set and still managed to nail the solos, with concertgoers enthusiastically asking “who the hell are these guys?” by mid-set.

After watching The Mezz on stage for no more than 30 minutes, it was clear that they’re more than ready to entertain much bigger crowds, and would be perfect openers for Catfish and the Bottlemen or Nothing But Thieves. 

 

Luckily, you don’t have to take our word for it. You can catch The Mezz at their hometown show in Oxford by purchasing tickets HERE. OFF THE MEZZY!

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