Forming in London, four-piece band Myo have a shared creative vision.

Filled with rolling drum patterns and impassioned vocals, their third single “Years” aches with longing as they come to terms with the grief of losing a romantic partnership. Lead vocalist Sisa Fehérová uses her voice to articulate her loss as it soars over the sonic landscape, seeking reassurance and closure. 

“We wrote ‘Years’ at a time when we were both gaining some much needed perspective with the ‘on again off again’ relationships we were in”, the band detail. “It’s about letting go of the mental construct that you see a person through, the idealised version of them that you project but which doesn’t exist. We were both coming to reconcile the fact that letting go and re-shaping the relationships was necessary, but without any sense of resentment. Basically it’s about reconciling unrequited love.”

Meeting on London’s underground music scene, Prague based singer Sisa and guitarist/producer Jim Daoud’s shared passion led them to experiment with shifting chord movements and layered vocal harmonies. Eventually, the pair were joined by Pete Bennie and George Bird, each adding their own unique flair to the rich soundscape. 

“Years” is out now. Tune in below.

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