Meet Me @ The Altar Goes Acoustic Featuring Dan Campbell

Meet Me @ The Altar Goes Acoustic Featuring Dan Campbell

Meet Me @ The Altar, a trio of pop-punk perfection unveils their acoustic version of the recent release ‘Feel A Thing.’ The song features bonus vocals from Dan Campbell of The Wonder Years.

Composed of Edith Johnson [vocals], Téa Campbell [guitar], and Ada Juarez [drums], these new-age pop-rockers have stormed the scene. From anthemic punk to downright emo-jams, Meet Me @ The Altar brings all the elements of old-school alternative while giving it a swift modern kick in the jaw. If you ask us, they’re one of the most memorable, bad-ass bands on the market.

Finding followings from many OGs in the scene, the women from Meet Me @ The Altar deserve every bit of endless praise they’ve received. A radical representation of three wondrous women of color making power jams, hitting hooks, and making punchy pop-punk look easy.

As the band awaits their 2021 EP Model Citizen (pre-save here) release out August 13th via Fueled By Ramen, they give the people what they want, an acoustic rendition of their killer single ‘Feel A Thing.’ And like we said, it makes us feel it all. Although acoustic, the song brings energy just the same. A serious showcase of vivacious vocals and lyrically lovely, we’re left in awe of all Meet Me @ The Altar can do. Plus, Dan Campbell can make magic on any track; we just feel extra lucky it’s one as enchanting as this! Don’t believe us? Listen for yourself here:

Meet Me @ The Altar – ‘Feel A Thing’ (feat. Dan Campbell)

If you’re impressed by that, well then, you’re in store for something extraordinary. As Meet Me @ The Altar’s discography is dynamic and delivered. Check out songs ‘Garden’ and ‘Hit Like A Girl’ to get started. And catch the band on tour this summer with Coheed and Cambria & The Used, and in the fall with All Time Low and nothing,nowhere. Find tickets for those shows here.

So how in love are you? Fully? Us too. Let us know your thoughts on this killer collab by commenting down below or finding us on TwitterFacebook, or Instagram.

Need more futuristic female fronts? Gotchu!

TO LEARN MORE ABOUT DAN CAMPBELL:
INSTAGRAM | TWITTERWEBSITE 

TO LEARN MORE ABOUT MEET ME @ THE ALTAR:
FACEBOOK | INSTAGRAM | TWITTER | YOUTUBE

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