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.
Need more futuristic female fronts? Gotchu!
Featured Image Source: Jimmy Fontaine