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Meg Myers is “a genuine rock goddess” (AP) on “Take Me To The Disco” out today via 300 Entertainment

July 20, 2018

Meg Myers’ new album ‘Take Me To The Disco’ is out today on 300 Entertainment and has been met with raves, leading the Associated Press to declare her “a genuine rock goddess,” saying “Myers definitely isn’t fooling around and there’s no denying the woman’s sheer talent, both as a songwriter and as a singer who can go from kittenish to face-melting in the same song.” The new album has also earned Meg a pick on NPR’s New Music Friday podcast, and praise from the New York Times, who dubbed Meg’s sound “seething and then exploding,” and Billboard, who called the new music “cathartic” and “life affirming.”
Meg appears today on Spotify’s New Music Friday billboard in NYC’s One Penn Plaza, and she’ll be doing a Reddit AMA about the album at 5 PM ET today via the IAmA subreddit. For more on the new record, read her recent interview with Uproxx here.
‘Take Me To The Disco’’ embodies dark pop sensibilities of Meg’s 2015 breakout record, with newly sharpened experience and maturity – where this time around, Meg explores love, loneliness and trauma with unflinching candor, facing her inner green-eyed monster head-on and attacking each bar with a primal ferocity. Watch Meg’s spine-tingling video for lead single “Numb” via NPR Music here:
Meg will embark on a national tour in support of ‘Take Me To The Disco,’ kicking off with a show at the Observatory in Santa Ana on September 15th and including stops at Brooklyn’s Music Hall of Williamsburg, LA’s El Rey Theatre and more. Before that, she’ll stop by Amoeba Music in Hollywood for a special in-store performance on July 30th. Full tour routing below.
1. Take Me To The Disco
2. Numb
3. Tourniquet
4. Tear Me To Pieces
5. Jealous Sea
6. The Death Of Me
7. Some People
8. Done
9. I’m Not Sorry
10. Little Black Death
11. Funeral
12. Constant
Jul 30 – Los Angeles, CA @ Amoeba Music
Aug 11 – San Diego, CA @ The Observatory
Sep 15 – Santa Ana, CA @ The Observatory
Sep 20 – Dallas, TX @ Dada
Sep 21 – Houston, TX @ House of Blues – Bronze Peacock
Sep 22 – Austin, TX – Antone’s
Sep 25 – Atlanta, GA @ Terminal West
Sep 26 – Nashville, TN @ Mercy Lounge
Sep 28 – Norfolk, VA @ Norva
Sep 29 – Washington, D.C. @ U Street Music Hall
Oct 1 – Brooklyn, NY @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
Oct 2 – Cambridge, MA @ The Sinclair
Oct 5 – Columbus, OH @ A&R Music Bar
Oct 4 – Detroit, MI @ El Club
Oct 6 – Chicago, IL – House of Blues
Oct 7 – Omaha, NE @ Slowdown
Oct 9 – Denver, CO @ Cervantes Other Side
Oct 10 – Salt Lake City, UT @ The State Room
Oct 12 – Portland, OR @ Dante’s
Oct 13 – Vancouver, BC @ Venue Nightclub
Oct 14 – Seattle, WA @ Chop Suey
Oct 16 – San Francisco, CA @ August Hall
Oct 17 – Los Angeles, CA @ El Rey Theatre
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