Vezza’s most recent track is “MINUSCULE CREEP.”
Anthony Vezza began playing the guitar at the age of nine and has never stopped. After a buddy died, all he had left to visit him was his music, so he launched this endeavor. For his friends and family, he desired the same thing. For the past 15 years, he’s been producing recordings for bands and musicians in South Jersey and Orlando. In 2017, fans began to respond positively to the music on Instagram, and many of them told him how much his music had helped them emotionally, so he determined to find new ways to promote the music to more people.
Anthony Vezza’s project Vezza is situated in Southern New Jersey. Vezza, a genuine audiophile, recorded his first EP, Gaslight, in his basement studio while collaborating remotely with Ashwin Vinayagamoorthy, a former college classmate. Vezza has created a spin-off of his primary influences such as New Found Glory, Owl City, The Killers, The Used, and Weezer by combining classic pop-punk style guitar with bedroom pop-inspired sounds.
His most recent single, Minuscule Creep, was released on April 29, 2022. In the song, Vezza declares that “you can talk to his buddies and leave him behind, but he knows he will be free some day” with his powerful vocals. This song will serve as a beautiful middle finger to folks who are false and put others down to make themselves look better for years to come. It was also written as the theme song for a teeny bopper high school movie. Here you can listen to microscopic creep!