One of my favs, Meg Myers released a video for her track, “Sorry” and she has Rolling Stone raving all about her (took them long enough). Meg is one of a kind and has so much passion in her music. “Sorry” continues to impress and of course it wouldn’t be complete without a unique music video—this time we get her smashing up a room with a baseball bat!
Meg’s brand is cool and different and while some outlets think she’s all over the place, we think her expressing so many emotions and styles is part of her charm. Soon enough she will be appreciated for that. Take a look at the video above!
The long awaited EP, titled “Make A Shadow” by Meg Myers has been released and it is glorious. I have been a fan of Meg for a while now and every time she introduces a new track, I have a new favorite song. Now, I have 5 new favorite songs and they are (as ordered on the EP): “Desire”, “Go”, “Make A Shadow”, “Heart Heart Head”, and “The Morning After”. What I love about this EP is that there is clearly a theme, but they each still manage to have their own individuality. Continue Reading
Meg Myerscontinues to impress me with every song she releases. She’s getting them featured on TV shows, but it’s not enough. Everyone needs to know about her–like now. The good news is that she is now signed to Atlantic Records, but clearly I need to continue my promoting duties if my neighbors haven’t been blasting her music.
She released the music video for her new track, “Desire” (produced by Doctor Rosen Rosen), last week. Filled with her signature blend of angst and an abundance of passion, Meg delivers again. She is incredibly talented, it’s crazy. But not as crazy as the music video. Watch the awesomeness above.
If you like what you hear then you’ll want to check out her EP, Make A Shadow, which comes out on February 11, 2014. You can pre-order it over here.
I find myself always looking forward to the next track that Meg Myers releases. She just knows how to make a song truly artistic. Meg teamed up again with producer Dr. Rosen Rosen (power duo!) for “Heart Heart Head” and unsurprisingly it is fantastic. Her songs generally have that edgy sound to them, but yet she manages to add a new spin to each one that makes them entirely different. That’s talent for you. The music video is pretty cool as well and the craziness in the end is just awesome. Check it out above and share it…it’s too good not to.
Meg Myers dropped another music video earlier this month, but I felt posting it closer to Halloween was more appropriate. You’ll see when you watch it. The track is called “Curbstomp” (American History X, anyone?) and the video is a bit edgy, but I wouldn’t expect anything less from her. The song itself is fierce in that ‘in-your-face-I’m-uber-talented’ way. Tell me again why no one has “discovered” her yet?! Yeah, there’s no good reason. Take a look above at the video, but only if you can handle blood and….stuffed animals.
We’ve posted a couple of songs before from Meg Myers, but now she has released her Daughter In The Choir EP. You can download it for free at her official website or stream it at Soundcloud. It’s definitely worth it and if you haven’t already seen it, check out her music video for her track, “Monster”, above.
Awhile back we posted about Doctor Rosen Rosen’s EP, GIRLS which features Meg Myers. They have teamed up again for Meg’s debut album with Doctor Rosen Rosen producing and co-writing a couple of tracks. Meg has that addictive haunting quality in her voice. Definitely check out “Monster” and “Adelaide” above if you are fans of Fiona Apple and Alanis Morrisette.
Doctor Rosen Rosen just released a free EP entitled, Girls: Volume 1 which features tracks with Meg Myers, Jessie and the Toy Boys, Kay and Anjulie. Check out the track, “Poison” with vocals from Meg Myers below. It has a Shirley Manson a la Garbage feel to it.