“I want to make people unafraid to feel.”

January 23, 2024


It’s easy to feel the joy of a well-crafted song. But it’s also easy to forget the pain that brings it to the surface. Meg Myers spent her early years in Nashville and at just five years old, her parents divorced. Her mother moved her and her siblings to Ohio after remarrying an artist, then the whole group picked up once again and made their way south to Florida. At the tender age of 12, Meg began to find solace in sound through singing, learning the bass and writing songs on the keyboard. In fact, she played in a band her brother founded, Feeling Numb, while in her teens in Coral Springs. Listen closely and you’ll where she channels her struggle and love that’s unapologetically powerful.


At the time some would be entering college, Meg stepped right into the heart of Hollywood. Just before her 20th birthday, she started waiting tables at a coffee shop, playing gigs whenever and wherever she could. In 2012, the lighting struck, as she met Doctor Rosen Rosen, who was so impressed with her ferocious talent, he signed her to his label. The two worked in tandem and starting writing songs, which included the song Make a Shadow and album Daughter in the Choir. They followed these up with a full-length album in 2015 entitled, Sorry. Which, of course, is a misnomer for anyone who has heard the pure brilliance of this record. Shazam, Billboard and The New York Times, among many more, simply said, “Thank you.”


Meg headlined her own tour in 2015 and hasn’t slowed down since. As she shared her voice across the country, she also began working on her second album, Take Me To The Disco. For this project, she worked with producer Christian “Leggy” Landon, deciding to part ways with Dr. Rosen Rosen and Atlantic Records. Meg dropped her third full-length album TZIA (currently on Sumerian Records) on March 23, 2023, with hit singles including “Me” and “My Mirror.” Impossible to pin down, Meg Myers is hard to ignore and even harder to describe. Her music feels like it simultaneously channels Kate Bush, PJ Harvey, Sinead O’Connor, Enya and Fiona Apple. Some even say they hear vestiges of grunge, from Nirvana to Alice in Chains.