Tally Spear 1Tally Spear releases her brand new single ‘Can’t Find What I’m Looking For’, taken from her forthcoming EP due for release later this summer.

‘Can’t Find What I’m Looking For’ is an energised, dark bassy pop track laced with a flippant rock attitude produced with Max Marlow (Kodaline, Declan McKenna). Tally’s brooding yet high-flying vocals address the pursuit of happiness and being content in one’s self.

Regarding the single Tally says, “We’re always looking for something, someone, to make us ‘happy.’ You begin questioning what it is you’re trying to find, and if it even exists. This song is about the struggle to find meaningful relationships, experiences, and the difficulty of just being content in this society.”

‘Can’t Find What I’m Looking For’ follows the release of the acclaimed single ‘What Do I Want’ earlier this year, providing the first taste of the forthcoming EP highlighting her danceable guitar pop. Tally has achieved great 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 British Summer Time, supporting Akala and also headlining a packed Upstairs at Ronnie Scott’s.

She 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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