Premiere: MEZKO drop their debut EP, a video for Steady On, and announce an Oz Tour

Premiere: MEZKO drop their debut EP, a video for Steady On, and announce an Oz Tour

They've also just signed to Inertia - no surprise given Polychronic is a ripping EP.

2017 has been a steady build for Sydney electronic duo MEZKO, who've been slowly garnering a reputation for some banging live shows to go with their unique brand of moody, futuristic electro-pop. And that all comes to a head today as they drop their debut EP, Polychronic, coming after the news they've signed to Inertia Music, and coming with the news they'll be touring the five-tracker all over the country for the next month-and-a-bit. In addition to all this, we're stoked to be able to premiere the video clip for latest single Steady On. Directed by Joel Burrows, it perfectly encapsulating not only the twosome's entire vibe, but the thematic nature of the track itself, dealing in depression and being right on the edge of a downward phase.

On the EP itself, the duo had this to say: "When multiple things happen at the same time, on seemingly incoherent paths but do so in harmony they are POLYCHRONIC... As is our first EP... When we started writing these five songs we were looking for our sound, experimenting with new techniques and figuring out what MEZKO is. This EP is one moment in the MEZKO multiverse that was created from many that have come before and a suggestion of what we're yet to know. POLYCHRONIC is about embracing chaos and giving ourselves the freedom to make whatever music feels good, which is what we'll continue to do. We hope you like it."

Indeed, it appears MEZKO are just getting started, so if you're not already onboard, it's time to jump on the back of the motorbike - you're in for a wild ride.

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