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Meet Me @ The Altar with Honey Revenge and Elliot Lee at Neumos in Seattle | February 11th, 2024

Review and Photos by Delaney Hawley



Meet Me @ The Altar performing at Neumos in Seattle on February 11th, 2024

Meet Me @ The Altar, known for their high energy and perseverance, overcame significant challenges to deliver an unforgettable performance that left concert-goers inspired and in awe of their resilience and commitment to their craft. With support from Honey Revenge and Elliot Lee, Meet Me @ The Altar took to the stage in Seattle at Neumos on February 11th. Despite facing knee injuries, food-related illnesses, and technical difficulties, each artist exhibited determination and professionalism.


The evening began with an electrifying performance by Brooklyn-based artist Elliot Lee, who is celebrated for the hit song "Pink (Freak)." Despite wearing a knee brace, Lee brought an infectious energy to the stage, jumping around and mingling with the crowd by joining them on the floor for an immersive and entertaining experience. A highlight of the show was the introduction of bubble machines, which added a playful and magical touch by filling the air with bubbles, captivating the audience.



Elliot Lee opening for Meet Me @ The Altar at Neumos in Seattle on February 11th, 2024

Honey Revenge is well-known in Seattle, and the crowd was ready as they hit the stage, singing along to their opening song. Despite the bass player battling food poisoning, they stayed on stage all night and didn’t disappoint.


The band is fronted by Devin Papadol, who exudes a contagious energy. Papadol knows how to get the crowd rowdy, whether she’s encouraging fans to crowd surf or kicking her leg sky-high. One of their last songs of the night, “Airhead," off their 2023 album Retrovision was a huge fan favorite. After finishing up their set, they left the stage with a final bow, handing out friendship bracelets to fans.



Honey Revenge opening for Meet Me @ The Altar at Neumos in Seattle on February 11th, 2024

Meet Me @ The Altar took the stage to loud applause from every corner of the room, amid high anticipation. The Orlando-based band is all about breaking down barriers, which comes through in their music and humble yet commanding presence. They attract a diverse crowd, including young kids who spent the night sitting on the edge of the stage. Lead Singer Edith Victoria emphasized creating a safe show environment, reflecting on her own youth.


After a minor hiccup when the guitar player's battery died, the band laughed it off and announced they would perform several covers. Each band member selected a song that inspired them. This included “Since You’ve Been Gone” by Kelly Clarkson, “Take Me Away” by Lash (featured in Freaky Friday), and concluded with a rendition of “Burning Up” by The Jonas Brothers.



Meet Me @ The Altar performing at Neumos in Seattle on February 11th, 2024

The crowd went wild when the band announced they’d play a significant song titled “T.M.I.” They then initiated an all-girl mosh pit in the middle of the crowd and encouraged young girls to form their own bands and dive into the music scene. Pausing the show, they united the audience in a Happy Birthday serenade for a fan.



Meet Me @ The Altar performing at Neumos in Seattle on February 11th, 2024

The band wrapped up with an electrifying performance of “Say It (To My Face)” from their 2023 debut album Past // Present // Future, leaving the crowd buzzing. The night was a celebration of music, camaraderie, and empowerment, leaving a lasting impression. Their passion for music and dedication to fans shone through as they captivated the Seattle audience.




 



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