Kiwi rocker Merv Pinny has had one hell of a journey to the top, transforming from a dairy farmer to a viral rock sensation. His hit ‘OB (can you hear the children cry)’ platforms the issue of children in crisis across the world has an impressive 13 million views and counting. With all the profits being donated to support those in need, you can help an amazing cause while enjoying electric riffs, catchy beats and smooth rock and roll vocals so there’s nothing to stop you from giving it a listen.

Merv first became interested in music at just 10 years old after his brother gifted him a $10 guitar and his most recent release ‘I lockdown’ is the toe-tapping rock anthem we’ve all been looking for with uplifting lyrics about the joy of being reunited with loved ones after lockdown. If you’re seeking an impromptu dance party or a track to head-bang along to in your room like no ones watching, then you’ll love this track’s groovy, toe-tapping sound.

Merv has a whole host of rock earworms for you to get stuck into so make sure to check them out of Spotify and follow his social media to keep up to date with upcoming releases.



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