MIMR Review: Lyerr ‘Taking Over’

Indie Quartet Lyerr from Manchester return to MIMR with a classic indie rock n roll groove which is ready to turn some heads and shake some bodies.

Taking Over has spiralling riffs right from the off and bold vocals which certainly grabs your attention. The foursome are building on the genuine potential shown on last year’s EP ‘In Principio’ (featured in MIMR best of year EPs list) and are already climbing higher in 2018 with tracks like this making it seem effortless.

Their sold out show at the Eagle Inn, Salford last night (22nd June) is sure to be the gateway towards further success, it won’t be the last gig they sell out for sure. Snap up a ticket to a show right away, Lyerr are taking over!

Check out the track here:

MIMR Review: Kidsmoke ‘Patterns’

MIMR faves Kidsmoke embark on the next exciting chapter on their flourishing journey with another heart-breakingly stunning track to add to their ever-expanding array of songs.

The indie quartet from Wrexham have made 2018 their own with significant strides made with airplay on Steve Lamacq’s BBC Radio 6 show amongst many keen new listener as well as a spot at Robert Smith’s Meltdown festival in london last night (22nd June)

Patterns is brimming full of glowing melodies and soothing melodies, a rich combination and the ideal candidate for anyone’s summer soundtrack.

It’s with personal delight that the guys are gearing up to hit the studio to get to work on their debut album very soon and MIMR already can’t wait to hear Kidsmoke with added polish, let the good times roll.

Here’s the lyric video for Patterns

Keep up to date with the band over on instagram with pics and videos here: