UH OH! Tate McRae returns with shuddering, Louis Bell-produced new single

Following on from her brilliant debut album, I Used To Think I Could Fly.

Tate McRae is not resting on her laurels and has released a brand-new single, UH OH, coming this Friday. 

Produced by hitmaker Louis Bell (Kanye West, Camila Cabello, Post Malone) Uh Oh is a juddering, electro-pop and synth-hop inflected banger all about making the best kind of bad decisions.

"Uh oh, I couldn't help myself, I'm almost at your house," Tate murmurs. "now we can just pretend, we won't do it again....again, again..."

Listen to UH OH below.

MORE: Read our interview with Tate here

The release of UH OH comes now even six months after Tate dropped her long-awaited debut album, the accomplished I Used To Think I Could Fly. 

Containing team-ups with the likes of super-producer Greg Kurstin and a co-write from Charlie Puth, the album solidified Tate's position as one of the big break-out debut pop girls this year, charting at Number 7 on the Official Albums Chart. 

Of course, Tate was first introduced to audiences with her 2020 single You Broke Me First, which rode a wave of virality during the first COVID lockdown and peaked at Number 3 on the Official Singles Chart. You can discover Tate's UK chart history in full here.

UH OH is out now via Ministry of Sound in the UK.