Pack your luggage and prepare for a visit, as a result of Meet Me @ the Altar are about to take you away. On Friday, August 4th, the CoSign alums shared their cowl of “Take Me Away,” the track from the beloved 2003 flick, Freaky Friday. Watch the visualizer for the one beneath.
Coming forward of the deluxe model of their debut album Previous // Current // Future, which is due on September twenty ninth, the band’s tackle “Take Me Away” demonstrates their energizing pop punk sound. With scratchy guitars, a wholesome dosage of riffage, and a thrash-worthy refrain, the duvet not solely captures the ‘00s magic of the unique Christina Vidal model from the film, however illustrates how the track has continued to be a supply of inspiration, even 20 years faraway from its first launch.
“Apart from it simply being a fully iconic second in popular culture, ‘Take Me Away,’ Pink Slip, and Freaky Friday as an entire had a number of affect over us rising up,” the band stated in an announcement. “It’s the whole lot we love all meshed into one — feminine illustration in punk music, and on display screen! Having the ability to pay homage to such an countless properly of inspiration to us was actually gratifying. It actually takes you again to an period that I feel all of us miss.”
The duvet arrives two weeks after the band shared a brand new single “Give It Up,” the primary preview from the forthcoming deluxe Previous // Current // Future. Their model of “Take Me Away” will seem on the album too. Pre-orders are ongoing.
Subsequent week, the band will hit the highway with 5 Seconds of Summer season for a sprawling summer season tour, after which they’ll cease by Columbia, Maryland for a set at All Issues Go. Then, they’ll hop throughout the pond for headlining dates in Europe. Take a look at the complete record of dates, and seize your tickets right here.
Freaky Friday, in the meantime, is about to get sequel remedy. In Might, information broke that the sequel is within the works at Disney, with each Lindsay Lohan and Jamie Lee Curtis set to return.