MeMe Detroit is releasing the music video for the song “De Moe” exclusively via New Noise Magazine. The tune features high octane guitar riffs with a melodious hook over the top. The fuzzed out alternative rock tune is a perfect way to get the day started. “De Moe” is off of the EP Life In The Now, which was released in November of 2018. Take a listen and watch the music video below!
“‘De Moe’ (the tired or weary in Dutch) is a shout out about positive mental attitude. Society’s conditioning and the human negative mindset can be really draining, but it need not be with a switch to PMA. Working with director Dwane Perks, we wanted to create a slick live performance style video with a subtle hint of noir. Drummer Barney Such created a jazz style breakdown on drums after the first chorus when we were writing De Moe which accidentally ended up inspiring the vision behind the video.
Dwane is a genius when bringing a vision to life. He’s managed to create that slick look but still captured the high octane energy that is MeMe Detroit.” – MeMe Detroit
British/Colombian Latina, MeMe Detroit was raised on the outskirts of Stratford-Upon-Avon UK and developed an ironic strong aversion to Shakespeare from a young age. As she grew, heavily influenced by a family generational box of vinyl, she inevitably developed into a poet/songwriter of her own form.
Sitting somewhere between sleazy grit rock grunge and power indie, now Birmingham based MeMe Detroit oozes sultry guitar driven hooks with a head turning vocal to make the sharpest of hairs stand on edge.
The band consists of MeMe on vocals, guitars & Synth, and Paris Fennell on bass. With over 200 gigs under their belt, they have become known for their high octane, fully immersive shows.