For fans of The Killers, Stereophonics and The Strokes. I would like to introduce Mosaics, the indie-rock quartet hailing from Lincoln that everyone should have heard of. The four-piece consists of Owen Paul on lead vocals and rhythm guitar, Stu Smith on lead guitar, George Moore on bass with James Turner supplying the drums.
A fusion of many genres, their sound introduces a classic take on alternative indie-rock with elements of shoegaze thrown in. It’s no wonder they have caused waves on the Lincolnshire music scene and have deservedly shared stages with The Twang, previously reviewed Vigilantes and The Kicklips.
Featuring on their latest EP titled ‘Wish I Was Here’ as the first track ‘Another Night’ highlights all the things we love about Mosaics. It’s a high energy rock n roll song, with epic guitar solos thrown in, and emotive lyricism which will leave you thinking about life.
Primary lyricist Owen Paul has said of the EP “it’s a love letter to being in your early twenties. You have no real idea what your future holds, everything is sensational. Most people I know cope the way they can at this stage, trying desperately to have a good time.”
Listen to their EP below and keep an eye on them. You wouldn’t want to be the last one to the party.