Native Montreal Canadian Band Mercury Messiah Kick Starts Its Career With An Explosive Debut Track titled “Sunlight Surfing”
For a long time, rock has been in desperate need of fresh revolutionaries, and Mercury Messiah, a fast-rising band, seems to prove they have what it takes to usher in the resurrection the genre so desperately needs. Their debut track, “Sunlight Surfing,” which was released in August, has already made a buzz in the music industry. “Sunlight Surfing” integrates a wide range of electric genres that are tuned through a classic/hard rock filter. Jangly guitars, uplifting melodies, and booming percussion characterize their music, which is intense and dynamic.
Listen to the “Sunlight Surfing,” and you’ll know that each member has a lot involved in it beyond what their instruments can contribute to the music, making it one enthralling piece of work that every music lover would love to listen to. It is sure to capture your attention as well.
Mercury Messiah is a Montreal-based band which was formed in 2015 by childhood best friends Johnny Dims (vocals) and Mano Diles (guitar), who began producing music together at the age of 13 and have since developed an inseparable friendship. Later Mano and Johnny were joined by Alex Brunel (drums) and Corrado Johnston (bass) to complete the band’s establishment. The camaraderie that all four of these musicians share is evident in every aspect of the music they create.
Mercury Messiah’s camaraderie and songwriting collaboration stemmed from their shared passion for bands like Led Zeppelin, Rush, and The Beatles. Mercury Messiah’s members are studio experimenters known for their diverse rock sounds. The band is set to become the next force in the hard rock music scene after securing a management deal with Dovetail Entertainment’s Michael Barbee, who previously managed Greta Van Fleet.