Take Me to the Disco. Her contemplative verses (“I can be your next big thing”) give way to surging, grungy choruses in which she admits to the pressures placed on her by outside forces (“If you force it, it won’t come”). The album’s title track is a more introspective pop ballad in which Myers coolly contemplates the loss of her childhood idealism.
“I used to be a Jehovah’s Witness; now I celebrate my birthday,” Meg Myers writes on her Facebook page. The Tennessee native has moved beyond her earlier, seemingly innocent pop songs into a more sophisticated style in which she delves into heavier subject matter. “Sometimes I wish I could fly through a secret trap door into another life,” Myers confesses yearningly on “Numb,” a song about microaggressive behavior in the workplace, from her upcoming album,