Sweet melodic electric guitar soft rock, with a slight county pop twang, to be expected from a Mississippi gal recording in Memphis. For lovers of Christine McVie & Stevie Nicks in Fleetwood Mac, Pernice Brothers, Lloyd Cole & The Commotions, even The Sundays. And that's damn good company. Favourite track: "Gilly", a riff of Stevie Nicks'"Dreams", which also goes its own way.
Favorite track: Gilly.
All songs written by Kate Teague
Kate Teague: guitar, vocals and keyboards
Kieran Danielson: lead guitar
Gabriel Hasty: keyboards
Adam Porter: bass guitar
Ian Kirkpatrick: drums
Will Eubanks: drums on "Low Life"
Clay Jones: feedback and ebow on "Good To You"
Produced and engineered by Clay Jones
Except "Low Life", produced and engineered by Will Eubanks at Cabin Recordings
With additional production by Clay Jones
Recorded at Delta-Sonic Sound, Memphis, TN
Additional recording at Pete's Room, Oxford, MS
To refer to her as an “old soul” is understating that term. She is like an “every soul”. No matter your age, gender, or sexual preference, these songs hit that melancholy nerve for anyone that wanted someone so badly they felt like they could just die, and the entire world along with them. This is lo-fi music created on a hi-fi level. It evokes nineties bands like Velocity Girl and Belly, yet with a Millennial edge. Can’t wait for more to come from this sad, beautiful flower. mcebbie
You made my June. I'm not really sure why I love your music so much, but it's just really inspiring that you turned all of these things that happened to you into these jams and ballads. You're brave to process your life and ideas through music and put them out here. I guess many musicians are, but for some reason I didn't really think of it that way until I heard this album. break.light