MOSAICS have shared their new single ‘Tears On The Underground’ in full.
The ambitious four-piece blend anthemic indie – think Sam Fender or INHALER – with just a dash of 90s inspiration in the production, resulting in something special. Recently completing a quickfire UK tour, a run of zesty singles has seen the band start to crossover.
Along the way the band have had numerous successes, finding their music played on everything from Sunday Brunch through to Killing Eve, while BBC Introducing and Future Hits have also shown support.
Beating over 5000 artists to the finals of the Hot Vox: New Blood Isle of Wight Festival 2023 competition, the Lincoln outfit close the year on a high.
Out now, ‘Tears On The Underground’ is a punchy indie rock offering, with that crisp chorus displaying their thirst for pop melodies. The lyrics are a call for us all to look out for one another, using the alienation of a tube journey as a central motif.
MOSAICS comment on the song:
“’Tears On The Underground’ draws upon themes of mental wellbeing on public transport, or indeed any busy urban environment. This song was inspired by the awkward silence of passengers towards an individual visibly struggling on the tube. Is everyone too busy, or do they just not know what to say? Maybe this person wants to be left alone? Who knows. Everyone at one moment in their life at least has had their own struggles whilst on public transport.”
Tune in now.