Although musically hard to pigeonhole, there can be no doubt that MeMe Detroit understand the true meaning of rock and their most undoubtedly strident release so far, ‘Mean Rock n Roller’, proves exactly that. ‘Mean Rock n Roller’ is pure MeMe Detroit, written as an anthem for anyone who feels compelled to adhere to a social standard, guided by a woman who is still able to be herself, notwithstanding the beliefs of others, and who inspires audiences to share their true selves.
British/Colombian MeMe Detroit, self-described as ‘uplifting angst’, is a high-octane breath of vivacity, capable of exciting live performance that celebrate a sheer love for music. The band consists of a multi-tasking MeMe on vocals, keyboards, bass and synths and Kallum McEwen on drums, lying somewhere between sleazygrit-rock-grunge and power-indie. They’ve been known for their furiously entertaining, totally immersive shows with over 200 gigs under MeMe’s belt.
“MeMe Detroit bridges the gaps between grunge, indie and Blues rock”– Louder Than War
MeMe Detroit is currently rallying their army of fans to help to put together a suitably riotous video for ‘Mean Rock n Roller’, whilst they’re keeping energised with a constant supply of much-needed, fresh grimey rock
via exclusive live streams on their social media.
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