‘Already Gone‘ stays in line musically along with Tally’s previous two singles.
Pop singer Tally Spear’s has a pretty epic Summer ahead of her. Her debut EP will drop and the third single from it, ‘Already Gone’ is out now. A self-shot and edited music video now accompanies the multi-layered pop track. In it Tally’s signature colors of red and black echo throughout and her goth aesthetic fully shine.
We find the artist digging deep as she explores a more introspective and shadowy side. ’Already Gone’ details struggles one can have going into new relationships and situations. How much trepidation you can feel. The music video is very reflective of those feelings. As it leans towards darker and mysterious imagery set against romantic detached themes.
The song’s production is from Max Marlow who has worked with Declan McKenna and Kodaline. The blending together of underlying pop melodies and precise production choices keep the song wholly entrenched in pop music. Yet, It’s Tally’s style and vision as she incorporates other genres and elements that make the song so dang catchy. Notable facets like the electric guitar that staggers in and out feel super punk rock. Tally’s vocals are at times less Pop Princess and more Goth Rock Queen. We have a fierce and haunting third taste from the pop newcomer Tally and her upcoming EP.
Stream ‘Already Gone’ by Tally Spear here.