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"MVY in Relate Teen Magazine"

"St. Louis based band, ME VERSE YOU proves to be more than just good looking men. This talented group is taking the city by storm with their debut album. There are many toe-tapping rhythms, catchy, clever lyrics and amazing instrumentation. Sporting a pop sound with a hint (just a hint) of punk rock attitude, ME VERSE YOU gets an A+ in our book. If You like Fall out Boy, All American Rejects, or Secondhand Serenade even a little, then you will LOVE Me Verse You" - Relate Magazine, Holiday 2008 Issue,

"MVY on absolutepunk-Unsigned Showcase"

Unsigned Showcase: Me Verse You Posted by: Mike Kraft (04/20/09)

"The next time you hear from [these guys] might be on the radio." So it's only fitting that the latest Unsigned Showcase would feature Me Verse You (ex-So They Say). As a sign of good measure, these guys have generously allowed us to stream two new tracks off their debut, Another Enemy, to be released on iTunes April 27, 2009, on their AbsolutePunk profile. Give them a listen and let us know what you think. -

"MVY on The Round Table"

Thursday, April 23, 2009
ME VERSE YOU to release album Unsigned band from St. Louis not shy about future plans They predicted it, now it’s a matter of whether or not the confident words will come to fruition. The St. Louis-based Me Verse You is looking for a label impressed enough by their work to give them a contract. But being unsigned hasn’t slowed down their plans to soon hit the big stage. Me Verse You is set to release its new album April 27 and interviews aren’t even needed to know what the quintet has in mind for its future. Aptly named, the first single from the album is titled Radio, and as the band states in the song’s chorus, “…the next time you hear from me might be on the radio.” Me Verse You straddles the line between pop punk/rock and an aggressive progressive mentality heard from many Victory Records bands. Victory might actually be a good fit for the guys from the Show-Me state. After all, St. Louis isn’t too far from the label’s Chicago offices, and the sound somewhat mirrors that of Victory bands that have seen quite a bit of success. Radio is a truly radio-friendly song and one that, with the right push, is capable of having at the VERY least, moderate success as soon as this year. Whether or not you are a fan of the style of music or their demeanor, Me Verse You has that “I think I’ve heard this before but I’m looking for a catchy summer song to listen to and a refreshing new band/voice might not be that bad for at least a few months” sound. They have enough talent and a genuine sound worthy of building a solid fan base that will carry them past the initial honeymoon period that might draw national attention. -


"WHY YOU SHOULD KNOW THEM: They're not gonna accept anything but success for an answer. MVY have a frenetic live performance complete with their own light show," and the lyrics to their song "RADIO" could be prophetic one day ("The next time you hear from me might be on the radio"). "We want to make it worthwhile for you to get off your couch, put on those super-tight pants and come see an intense show," says David Lewis of MVY. - AP&R section of AP Magazine #260


Another Enemy - Full Length Record



The band was formed of all previously signed touring bands. Dave Schroeder, the lead singer, is a songwriter that has written three other full length records under the name of SO THEY SAY. When he decided to start the new band he had already written the first three records for ME VERSE YOU. The hooky choruses and great verses heard on their debut album, ANOTHER ENEMY is only the beginning of the three albums that ME VERSE YOU will release........ Another Enemy was recorded and produced by MATT HYDE..