Tate McRae is a 16-year-old singer-songwriter from Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Not too long ago, she released a music video for her “All My Friends Are Fake” single, released via RCA Records and Ministry of Sound.
Tate McRae – “All My Friends Are Fake” music video
“It’s a very dramatic and intense song, but it’s real and honest. It’s easy to get caught up in a relationship and take everything out on yourself. ‘Tear Myself Apart’ comes directly from the heart.” – Tate McRae
Frenemies beware, Tate McRae gets real and is pointing straight at you on her sensational new tune.
Also, the stunning audiovisual finds her stepping-up on her dance choreography skills.
Tate McRae – “All My Friends Are Fake” single
“‘All My Friends Are Fake’, true or not? I wanted to see how far I could go in my writing. this one’s a little controversial, a little too real for most of us, and a song I never thought I’d be releasing. Can’t believe it’s finally out.” – Tate McRae
Tate McRae is a name you should remember. With each release, she continues to establish herself as an exciting pop artist to watch.
She transmits emotion in its purest form by way of intimate instrumentation and dynamic delivery.
‘All My Friends Are Fake’ follows on the heels of her debut single, entitled, “tear myself apart”.
“Tear Myself Apart” music video
“My songs are all of the words I can never say. I have a very hard time conveying my feelings through speaking. So I write in order to express myself. Also, I sit in front of the piano and try to tell a story. Writing is how I let out everything that’s happened to me. It’s my way of really communicating.” – Tate McRae
‘All My Friends Are Fake’ contains a relatable storyline, pleasing vocals, and lush instrumentation scented with a commercial pop aroma.
We recommend adding it to your personal playlist. Also, let us know how you feel about it in the comment section below.