We are still in awe that we got to see MUNA and Meet Me @ The Altar play in Houston this past month. Since both of these bands came on the scene, we’ve been obsessed with every single one of their releases.
Meet Me @ The Altar
First up was Meet Me @ The Altar and they did not disappoint. We have been so excited to see them on tour that you know we had to be front row screaming along to their songs. Although Edith was feeling a little under the weather and losing her voice, she did not let that hinder her performance and still gave 110%.
We were basically in awe the entire set as we finally were seeing one of our favorite pop-punk bands. Our favorite songs from this set have to be: ‘Say It (To My Face),’ ‘Garden,’ and ‘TMI.’
MUNA finally came on stage and really brought their A-game. Opening with ‘What I Want’ got the crowd immediately hyped for the rest of the set, which included a cover of ‘Mr. Brightside’ and you know we were screaming the lyrics back to them.
We are still a bit in shock that we finally got to see MUNA in person again. Their shows are always so much fun and we never leave the venue disappointed. During ‘Shooting Star’ all the fans in the crowd put up their phone flashlights and it created such a beautiful atmosphere that we hope MUNA will remember forever. We know we will!
Our favorite songs: ‘Silk Chiffon,’ ‘I Know A Place,’ and ‘Kind of Girl.’
We still can not believe we got to experience a Meet Me @ The Altar and MUNA combined tour. Two of our favorite bands playing a show together? What more could we ask for? Check out our gallery from the show below to experience the joy we felt seeing MUNA and Meet Me @ The Altar perform.
If you haven’t made it out to the MUNA Tour, it’s not too late. Check out their website and see if they are coming anywhere near you! You won’t regret it. Let us know in the comments below or chat with us on Twitter and Instagram.
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