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Megan & Liz: We’re quote-unquote good role models
“Megan and Liz Mace are like your two best girlfriends from back when you were still an innocent young thing, able to cure your broken heart with a pint of Ben & Jerry’s and a girls’-night-in screening of Titanic. The 20-year-old fraternal twin sisters and former high school cheerleaders have been making high-energy pop songs together since they were wee teenagers, and over the years, the duo — known simply as Megan & Liz — has developed quite a following. 
The girls have done a good job of keeping their image as wholesome American sweethearts going strong. The twins are fresh off a partnership with Macy’s, where they toured through a slew of U.S. cities representing the Macy’s brand American Rag. Now, Megan & Liz are pushing forward on their first headlining tour in preparation for their soon-to-be-released debut album, Look What You Started.
If the girls’ music videos (they have dozens, some with over three million hits) are any indication of what’s to come on Look What You Started, we can expect some good old-fashioned girl-power-pop. Gimme Noise caught up with Megan & Liz — who have gotten massive KDWB love lately — ahead of their gig this evening at the Triple Rock to talk about what’s next for them and how Liz has a secret fear of octopi”
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Megan & Liz: We’re quote-unquote good role models

Megan and Liz Mace are like your two best girlfriends from back when you were still an innocent young thing, able to cure your broken heart with a pint of Ben & Jerry’s and a girls’-night-in screening of Titanic. The 20-year-old fraternal twin sisters and former high school cheerleaders have been making high-energy pop songs together since they were wee teenagers, and over the years, the duo — known simply as Megan & Liz — has developed quite a following. 

The girls have done a good job of keeping their image as wholesome American sweethearts going strong. The twins are fresh off a partnership with Macy’s, where they toured through a slew of U.S. cities representing the Macy’s brand American Rag. Now, Megan & Liz are pushing forward on their first headlining tour in preparation for their soon-to-be-released debut album, Look What You Started.

If the girls’ music videos (they have dozens, some with over three million hits) are any indication of what’s to come on Look What You Started, we can expect some good old-fashioned girl-power-pop. Gimme Noise caught up with Megan & Liz — who have gotten massive KDWB love lately — ahead of their gig this evening at the Triple Rock to talk about what’s next for them and how Liz has a secret fear of octopi”

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