Single Review: MeMe Detroit – A Point Of You


New artists pass through the pages of the Musical Outcast on a pretty much daily basis but there are a few who I have been championing for quite a while now. One of those artists is the very talented MeMe Detroit.

I’ve been a fan since I saw her perform at an acoustic night at The Yardbird in Birmingham last year and nothing that I have heard from her since has made me even think about changing my mind.

A Point Of You is the 2nd single to be taken Detroit’s upcoming debut album Live To Love You’ll Love To Live which is slated for an early 2016 release. It’s an album that I’ve already been lucky enough to hear and I can promise you that it will be worth the wait.

As for the right now I’m pleased to report that A Point Of You is easily as good, if not better than debut single Stand Up You’re Living which I was a very big fan of. Style wise, it’s definitely more aggressive and packs more of a punch. The opening lines are practically spat out over a stripped back Nirvana-esque guitar riff. The track quickly grows in stature and sound before launching into a big, attitude packed chorus.

Simply put, MeMe Detroit has delivered once again. Her debut single was a brilliant track and A Point Of You albeit with a slight twist in style picks up where that tune left off. This track is only going to ramp up the excitement for that debut album next year and that can be no bad thing.

MeMe Detroit is currently climbing a very definite upward curve and I see no sign of that progress slowing just yet.

A Point Of You is officially released on 13th November via Detroit’s own SoulRock Central label.

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