Bright Future & Bigger Shows: Meet Me @ The Altar On What's Next [Q&A] | The Noise

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Meet Me @ The Altar has been boldly breaking barriers for future generations of music lovers since forming online in 2015. The band not only features women of color and members of the LGBTQIA+ community but their touring members/crew are also women proving that diversity and inclusion is not only feasible in 2022 but should be the standard moving forward.


MM@TA’s hard work, determination, and DIY approach has landed them on stage with beloved acts such as The Used, Weezer, and KennyHoopla as well as being chosen to play massive festivals such as Lollapalooza, Slam Dunk, and Download Fest.


While out on their most recent Tell Me About Tomorrow Tour supporting fellow pop-rock newcomer jxdn, The Noise caught up with Meet Me @ The Altar members Edith, Téa, and Ada to talk all about life on the road plus their upcoming debut album. 


To see what the trio had to say about opening for punk rock icons Green Day, co-writing with legendary producer John Fields, and what to expect from their new music, be sure to see below. For more from the band, head here.