US pop-punk trio to hit the road with state champs next year
Meet Me @ The Altar have announced that they will return to the UK for tour dates next year.
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Following their debut UK live show with All Time Low last month, the US pop-punk trio will embark on a European tour in support of State Champs, arriving in the UK in May.
Meet Me @ the Altar, featuring guitarist T Campbell, drummer Ada Juárez and vocalist Edith Johnson, will take part in two shows at the Electric Ballroom in London, along with shows in Manchester, Leeds and Birmingham.
The band will also play the Slam Dunk and Download Festival next year. You can see the full list of their travel dates below.
In addition to tour news, Meet Me @ The Altar also shared a video for ‘Now or Never’, which is based on their acclaimed major label EP ‘Model Citizen’.
In the clip directed by Dylan Dowdell, which begins Friday night at 11:45 p.m. “Outside the World’s Brightest Venue,” the band gives an electric performance at a diner.
You can watch the video below:
Tickets for the band’s tour with State Champs can be purchased Here. Check out the full list of dates below.
May 2022 (w/ State Champs)
08 – Bristol, Marble Factory
09 – Southampton, Engine Room
11 – London, Electric Ballroom
12 – London, Electric Ballroom
14 – Glasgow, SWG3 Chief Executive
15 – Manchester, O2 Ritz
17 – Leeds, Beckett Student Union
18 – Birmingham, O2 Institute
June 2022 (festival)
03 – Leeds, Slam Dunk Festival
04 – Hatfield Park, Slam Dunk Festival
Download 10 – Donington Park, Festival
In a four-star review of Meet Me @ The Altar’s ‘Model Citizen’ EP, GranthshalaGenesa Williams wrote “The pop-punk revival has so far staged big-budget solo artists including Willow, Machine Gun Kelly and Olivia Rodrigo – but with ‘Model Citizen,’ Meet Me @ The Altar prove there’s still some Not even hanging out with their best teammates, and faced with the burden that they are the ones who are so essential to young fans, the load on their shoulders could have been much heavier than bare.
“But they have to be constantly tied up with past regrets, denying what is painfully obvious; ‘Model Citizen’ is the work of a band that’s all for now. Mom, this pop-punk thing is definitely just a phase Not there.”