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.
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.