– featured image courtesy of graham hamaker –
oxford, mississippi’s kate teague has had a quiet but impactful year so far, her two singles, “low life” and “good to you,” offering a compelling glimpse at a forthcoming debut album. with that album slowly approaching the horizon, teague today has unveiled another strong sample size of her syrupy, affecting guitar pop.
“gilly” proves itself a worthy successor, its saturated guitar arpeggios and prominent bass line intertwined over a steady mid-tempo groove. at its core, “gilly” is an ode to a friend, full of reassurances and doused in just the right amount of tremolo, with teague embracing a future-facing mantra: “tomorrow’s man will be all in.” take a listen below.