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Sitting somewhere between sleazy grunge and power indie, MeMe Detroit oozes sultry guitar driven hooks with a head turning vocal that will bring out the 90s alt rocker in you and shake you up with a modern day swagger.
Since her 2016 debut album release "Live to Love You'll Love to Live', MeMe has been pulling in fans with a magnetism that is both eloquent yet effortlessly cool.
Her latest single "How she runs" written for Writer/Director Steven Murphy's feature film "My Saviour" was released on July 28th. The (requested) 'eighties feel' track weaves a tale of lust, love and fear of rejection, inspired by the UK nightlife MeMe witnessed from behind the booth working as a DJ.
"...'How She Runs’ shows MeMe as both silently observational, and fearlessly immersed. It’s exciting." - Tracks of the week - Gigslutz
"MeMe has a gripping energy that grabs your gaze and holds it." - Leigh Sanders - Express & Star
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ - "How she runs" - Grrrls with guitars
"......an artist that is writing way beyond her years..." - Adam Zindani - Stereophonics
Alongside preparation for the next single release later in the year and pre-production for the next E.P release in 2018, MeMe Detroit is currently touring in conjunction with the new releases.