"Listening back made me realize what I was really writing about...what was underneath it all," continues Meg, who grew up in a Jehovah's Witness household before leaving to pursue music in L.A. at the age of 19. "All of a sudden it all made sense to me and overwhelmed me with a flood of tears and joy. I thought I was writing about love loss but I've learned it goes much deeper than that. It's going back to the child in me that needed to be healed. I've always written from a true place, I'm now writing from an even deeper level of honesty."
On Take Me To The Disco, the angst is still there. So is the push-and-pull of those light and dark moments, but there is now newfound wisdom and perspective...and a little bit of humor. Music is a form of escapism for many and while there is still work to be done, Myers is done escaping.