Jun 242024
meet me at the altar jonas brothers

Meet Me at the Altar is a pop-punk group that first started out in 2015 by recording remotely. After the three artists from different states had collaboratively via the internet, they then decided to go on tour. One thing led to another, and pretty soon they were signed by the label Fueled by Ramen.

And, as it happens, this pop-punk group were heavily inspired to make music because of the boy band Jonas Brothers.

They released a new cover of the hit “Sucker,” saying in a statement to Kerrang, “On the list of artists who have inspired us to make music and be in a band, the Jonas Brothers sit right at the very top… We had such a blast putting our own spin on Sucker and hope the fans have as much fun with it as we did!”

Whereas the original “Sucker” has clean vocals, synths, and a grooving bass, this new version is entirely in the pop-punk wheelhouse. Lead singer Edith Victoria comes in blazing with a heavily filtered voice (think Green Day) and a sassy, stinging delivery. Then the drums and guitar crescendo in. As the running eighth notes and electric guitar marinade together, we begin to move our bodies to the music. Meet Me At the Altar has successfully turned “Sucker” into a pop-goes-punk anthem.

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