Meg and Dia, a sister act from Utah, formed their pop band in 2004. They started out writing their first demo in their bedrooms and recorded the songs in a local studio.
After booking several tours on their own in their city and surrounding areas, they decided to contact a manager they met at a local show from L.A. They traveled to Los Angeles to perform at a showcase.
They quickly signed to Doghouse Records and released their debut album, “Something Real” in 2005. They went on their first major tour that summer, a punk-rock festival, called The Van’s Warped Tour, which catapulted their early career.
They began touring extensively and released 6 full length albums. Sire Records, a subsidiary of Warner Brothers Records, signed the band in 2007. Though Meg and Dia tour mostly in the U.S., they have also made stops in western Europe and Southeast Asia.
Their most popular song to date is a remix of their first single, “Monster”, which has been viewed over 16,000,000 times on YouTube.