Meet Me @ The Altar’s own Téa Campbell has some thrilling news, and no, we aren’t talking about the upcoming MMATA deluxe album release. On September 6, the pop-punk bass guitarist shared a photo on her Instagram with her long-term partner Abby Armstrong who donned a new ring, which seemed to confirm an engagement between the two. In the recent Instagram photo, 22-year-old Campbell captioned it by saying, “july was an exciting month.” Fellow bandmates responded on the post with joy. Vocalist Edith Victoria commented, “period & pur when’s the wedding.” Drummer Ada Juarez responded by saying, “she said meet… Read more »
The Wonder Years, much like the TV show after which the band is named, have always been about tapping into real feelings, connecting with the audience, and making their fans feel like they’re not alone.
Ant-Man and Wasp is a film about family, adventures…and staying out of jail—’cause nothing’s gonna stop this Marvel movie from being a great deal of fun.
In case you haven’t heard, the formerly unsinkable airship of cash known as the music industry is currently crashing down from the heavens in a ball of flames, hurtling toward the Earth at supersonic speeds. In fact, at this point it’s only a matter of time before it smashes into terra firma with the impact of 10,000 atomic bombs, blowing a hole clear through North America, causing the seas to boil and sending clouds of black soot skyward, blotting out the sun and eventually ending life as we know it.At least that’s how the members of Stars see it. “It’s… Read more »
It’s that time of year when we all look back on the albums that served as the soundtrack to the last 12 months. With so many incredible releases in 2023, it was pretty tricky to narrow down our most beloved releases. idobi Radio had too many favorites to pack into one list, so today, we are unveiling our Best Albums Of 2023 Volume 1! We simply weren’t capable of ranking these albums. Instead, we chose to give them all equal praise and list them based on the release date. Additionally, this list does not include EPs or reimagined albums (those… Read more »
Fueled By Ramen trio Meet Me @ The Altar might be winding down from their tour support 5 Seconds Of Summer, but they’re not stopping the fun. Today, the “Garden” artists launched a deluxe edition of their debut LP Past // Present // Future, as well as a brand-new music video. Featuring bouncy basslines and urgent pop-punk vocal screams courtesy of their dynamic vocalist Edith Victoria, the band reveals their musical maturity on the deluxe track music video for “Changes.” Check out the new vintage-inspired video below. Other new tracks featured on the extended album include “Give It Up,” “Take… Read more »
It seems like love is in the air for alternative musicians all across the country. In early September, Meet Me @ The Altar guitarist Téa Campbell announced that her long-term partner said “Yes!” when she popped the question. Now, fans of The Summer Set also have something to celebrate, too, as vocalist Brian Logan Dales just announced his engagement. Logan Dales proposed to his long-term girlfriend, actress Briana Cuoco, on September 12, surrounded by loved ones, including the couple’s dog Joni. In an Instagram story, Logan Dales shared, “Joni got spooked by the confetti poppers, but it was worth it… Read more »
Meet Me @ The Altar have shared “Strangers”, an electric and honest ode to the voices in your head that make you doubt yourself.
Get up, get out! Could we be getting a blast from the past with a cover of “Take Me Away” pulled from the Blockbuster hit film ‘Freaky Friday?’ It seems this could be possible as Meet Me @ The Altar has launched an extended video on their Instagram Reels of the group in the studio covering “Take Me Away.” The short clip shows the band members, Edith Johnson, Téa Campbell, and Ada Juarez, jamming to the song with the caption, “Y’all have been asking for this one!” The trio has performed the track on tour in the past to an… Read more »
It’s hard enough to make it in a competitive industry when you’re young. But if you’re also a person of color and/or part of the 2SLGBTQIA+ community, it can feel next to impossible. For Meet Me @ The Altar—a trio of young women of color, two of whom are queer—the only way around those industry hurdles is through them. “We’re the perfect mesh of like almost every single type of person in the world,” says vocalist Edith Victoria. I’m catching up with the band over Zoom, the day before their debut full-length, Past // Present // Future, is set to… Read more »