Sitting somewhere between sleazy grunge and power indie, MeMe Detroit oozes sultry guitar driven hooks with a head turning vocal.

Since her 2016 debut album release Live to Love You'll Love to Live', MeMe has been pulling in fans with a magnetism that is both eloquent yet effortlessly cool.

Her 2017 summer single How she runs written for Writer/Director Steven Murphy's feature film My Saviour was released on MeMes own founded label SoulRock Central Records on July 28th 2017. The (requested) 'eighties feel' track weaves a tale of lust, love and fear of rejection, inspired by the UK nightlife MeMe witnessed from behind the booth, working as a DJ.

"...'How She Runs shows MeMe as both silently observational, and fearlessly immersed. Its exciting."  Tracks of the week Gigslutz

 5/5 Stars - 'How she runs' - Grrrls with guitars

"MeMe has a gripping energy that grabs your gaze and holds it. " Leigh Sanders - Express & Star

" artist that is writing way beyond her years..." Adam Zindani - Stereophonics

November 2017 single, 'Ashes to Ashes' was premiered by Get in her ears and described as "A raw and impassioned take on the Bowie classic."

Production for the next E.P release is currently underway with the next single Soc Med Junkies due out in March on SoulRock Central Records. 

You will be able to catch MeMe Detroit on the live circuit as she tours in conjunction with the new releases.

Previous support slots include bands such as Dead Sea Skulls, Piano Wire, Fun lovin' Criminals and Asylums.

Stand out shows include The main stage at Moto GP, Silverstone, The O2 Academy, Dublin Castle, The Finsbury pub for Get in her ears and Jurassic Fields festival.

New release

'Soc Med Junkies' is the brand new single out on Friday 30th March 2018










"How She Runs is the name of her forthcoming single, and it’s an apt depiction of where her career is going." Leigh Sanders, The Express & Star

"So there’s a bit of a buzz surrounding this next artist, and it’s getting louder and louder." - Joanne Kendrick, Mosh magazine

"...with a musical style reminiscent of The Smashing Pumpkins and Incubus. Her vocals draw out the 90’s Alt Rocker in you.." - Mica Hamilton, retrograde

"From her opening gambit of “Let’s get you fuckers to the front!” Detroit had the audience in the palm of her hand" - James Holder, Musical Outcast

"A Point Of You is a stunning slab of grungy rock......" - Rhythm & Booze


"Live to love you'll love to live" the debut album:

"This album made me feel something special from the 1st note I heard, brilliant debut from an artist that is writing way beyond her years. It is a great piece of work." - Adam Zindani - Stereophonics

"As soon as You put this album on It feels like you are thrown back to the 90's Hearing elements of 'Babes in Toyland' and 'PJ Harvey'! Who wouldn't love that?... Come on!" - Luke Johnson - Amen, Lost prophets, No Devotion.

"The album flows perfectly. Its rock, its Pop, its Punk, its Perfect!" - Chris Holt, Noize Level Critical-Hellride Radio


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