The track has been launched with great early support from Radio X and acclaim from the likes of Gigwise who said, “Glamorous and gory ‘Already Gone’ twangs with nerve-tweaking electric guitars and shakes with bone-vibrating percussion reminiscent of Billie Eilish.”

The video is drenched in Tally’s signature colours of blood red and piercing black. It journeys through a patchwork of footage including eerie shadows, black roses and ink splatters – all of which provide symbolism for the song, addressing trepidation on entering new experiences.

Regarding the video Tally says, “This video is a culmination of self shot and edited material taken from home over the last few weeks. I wanted to represent the conflicting feelings in my song within the visuals, which fuse elegance and romance with darkness and mystery.”

Continuing about the single Tally says, “The track tackles feelings of detachment and distance. It is kind of the opposite of all the happy ‘honeymoon phase’ songs out there. I wanted to explore the sometimes negative thought processes surrounding new beginnings, and a desire for independence.”

‘Already Gone’ has been produced by Max Marlow (Kodaline, Declan MeKenna) and is the latest song to be taken from Tally’s new EP due out later this summer.

It follows the acclaimed singles ‘Can’t Find What I’m Looking For’ and ‘What Do I Want’, which give a taste of the different sides of Tally’s unique alt pop to be found on the EP.

Tally Spear has achieved critical acclaim from the likes of Music Week, Clash, Diva Magazine, It’s All Indie and more. She’s also made an impressive impact on the live scene previously playing Hyde Park’s British Summer Time, supporting Akala at Vegan Camp Out and headlining a packed Upstairs at Ronnie Scott’s.

Tally Spear comes armed with her punky brand of pop in 2020 and is set to make a big statement with her debut EP in the summer.

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