Kate Teague turns love frustrations into an addictive tune on “Good To You”

Kate Teague‘s debut album will be released this fall on Muscle Beach Records.

Hailing from the Gulf Coast city of Mobile in Alabama, Mississipi-based newcomer Kate Teague made a graceful entrance some months ago with her torch song “Low Life”. The 24-year-old singer-songwriter, who spent her teenage years writing songs on the acoustic guitar, is back today with “Good To You”. While her debut single was quite dreamy, “Good To You” sounds more telluric and assured. The vocal hooks, which are sometimes reminescent of The CranberriesDolores O’Riordan, are both implacable and delightfully mysterious. About the track, she stated:

The lyrics are about my struggle with comparing myself as a partner to other people as partners and relaying my frustration at inopportune times… like at a wedding.

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