OUT NOW: Mess Of Wires Drops “Hard To Tell”, Hard-Hitting Rock Track



Mess of Wires is a Southern California rock band, founded in 2014 by childhood friends Sam Edelman (16, drums) Niko Nicholas (16, vocals, lead guitar), and Jersey Sullivan (15, bass). Channeling their classic rock, 90’s grunge, and garage influences, these guys have killed it live since they were 10-years-old, playing in some of the most iconic clubs on both coasts, including The Whisky A-Go-Go, The Viper Room, The Troubadour, and The Mint in Los Angeles, as well as The Iridium and The Bitter End in New York City. With their hard-hitting grit and heavy sound, they have opened for such legends as Missing Persons, The Alarm, and Steven Adler from Guns N’ Roses. “No Control” is their first 5-song EP release for CD, download, vinyl and major streaming sites, produced by Brent Woods at Steakhouse Studio in North Hollywood, CA.


“Hard To Tell” boasts retrospective lyricism, pummeling guitars, catchy melodic riffs, and heavy rhythmic drums. Mess Of Wires exudes authentic chemistry that only comes from fine calibration and undeniable talent. “Hard To Tell” weaves through storytelling elements while remaining a contemporary rock track. Using music as an outlet for their emotive lyricism, Mess Of Wires establishes a solid foundation for their fans to relate to their songs. “Hard To Tell” is a welcome and addicting new addition to the music industry and I highly recommend you check it out and stay on the lookout for what Mess Of Wires delivers next!


Check out “Hard To Tell” here and read more with these young up and comers below! 

Hey, Mess of Wires! Welcome to BuzzMusic! How did your band come to fruition?

Our band started almost five years ago, when we were 9, 10 and 11 years old.  The three of us were part of School Of Rock in West LA and became close friends, deciding to jam together whenever we could -- so, our band was created right away. Our first show was at Niko’s dad’s 50th birthday party, and after that we just started playing more shows,  and now we are here.