Unapologetic Authenticity: Meet Me @ the Altar’s Unforgettable OUTLOUD Performance Thoughts+Photos: Meet Me @ The Altar for OUTLOUD at WEHO Pride 6/4/23
WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA- Meet Me @ the Altar took the stage at OUTLOUD, leaving an indelible mark on the West Hollywood crowd. This female-fronted queer & nonbinary pop punk band has been making waves since signing to Fueled By Ramen in 2020. With their highly anticipated debut album and punchy singles like “Say IT (To My Face)” and “Kool,” they have garnered a dedicated following and critical acclaim, solidifying their position as rising stars in the online music scene.
Lead vocalist Edith Victoria mesmerized the audience with her powerful voice and magnetic stage presence. In addition to delivering a high-energy performance, they paid tribute to Pink’s “Don’t Let Me Get Me” and showcased their versatility by covering favorites from icons like Avril Lavigne, Alanis Morissette, and even a song from the beloved Freaky Friday soundtrack. Meet Me @ the Altar’s ability to seamlessly blend their own material with nostalgic hits is a testament to their musical prowess and artistry.
The band is making a significant impact on pride festivities nationwide, with performances scheduled in Chicago, New York, and their home state of Florida. Their presence at OUTLOUD in West Hollywood injected much-needed pop punk energy, revitalizing the genre and reminding us of its enduring popularity.
With their explosive performance and unapologetic queer representation, Meet Me @ the Altar leads a movement to diversify and reshape pop punk. Their music serves as an anthem for a new generation, embracing individuality and challenging norms. The band’s undeniable talent and profound impact on listeners are evident in their ability to captivate the crowd and leave a lasting impression. Meet Me @ the Altar is at the forefront of bringing pop punk back into the spotlight with a fresh perspective and unapologetic authenticity. Brace yourself for an exhilarating and empowering sonic journey. They are changing the face of pop punk, one electrifying performance at a time.