MEG SMITH Releases Her New Single “All The Issues You’d Smash”

MEG SMITH Releases Her New Single “All The Issues You’d Smash”

March 2, 2023– Indie pop artist 

Meg Smith

 Is taking Spotify by storm. Her final launch was featured on NMF USA,  Contemporary and ChillContemporary Finds, New Pop Picks and Pop rising  and the duvet of Subsequent Gen Singer-SongwritersComing off a current SOLD OUT LA Resort Café present and premiere on Wonderland, Meg’s distinctive creative voice is connecting with followers around the globe.

Meg’s latest 4 track EP entitled ROM COM POP and newest single “All The Issues You’d Smash” are out now. You may hear here .

Please take a look at her one sheet here.  “All The Issues  You’d Smash”, is a wistful tackle the potential for a brand new love going flawed.

Meg is the current winner of the primary BMI Charlie Feldman Award for rising expertise. Her witty and confessional songwriting model has caught the eye of many. Her pure reward for creating insightful lyrics and earworms added to by her radio prepared pop hooks with indie rock manufacturing, make her music infectious.  In a crowded scene she manages to finds an unique twist on trendy relationships.

Initially from LA, however at present primarily based in Brooklyn, Meg graduated from the Clive Davis Institute at NYU in 2021. She has been writing and performing persistently since she was 13 catching the attention of a rising and dependable fan base.

Her current singles Cautiously Optimistic, and “Dangerous Issues Not Suck” have been a lot lauded by the press and featured on Spotify’s : SaltIndie Pop, Younger and Free, and Pop Rock playlists.

Her track “Cross My Coronary heart I Hope U Die’ is now over 7 million streams (featured on Spotify’s Salt and Contemporary Discover’s and the duvet of FRESH FINDS POP ) is the theme of EZRA  the hit Vampire collection on Apple TV and is slated for even greater issues in 2023 !! It is usually on the Netflix collection 2 of Ginny and Georgia.

Tour Dates:


April 5 – Washington, DC – Jammin Java


April 6 – New York, NY – Mercury Lounge


April 8 -Boston, MA – Purple Room at Café 939

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