There’s something undeniably holistic about Kate Teague’s latest track, “Good to You.” Striking hard after the rise of her debut single “Low Life,” Teague delivers breezy guitar lines and sweeping vocals reminiscent of delicate ‘90s singer-songwriter ballads. This might be the only indication of her small town Alabama roots, as her luminous vocals are joined with independent bass lines and spunky drum work, leaning more towards the indie rock side of the spectrum than full-out folk. Teague has managed to make an impact with only two tracks from her solo project gracing the air waves thus far. Already, she’s gotten recognition from big players in the game including Gorilla vs BearThe Line of Best Fit, and GoldFlakePaint. It’s clear she has all of the qualities of a homegrown hitmaker, and we’re eager to see where her next release takes her.