Kate Boothman Pushes The Envelope With My Next Mistake
Kate Boothman just dropped a new album and it's colored with character, cinematic tones, and a huge soundscape that touches on 90's alternative pop rock with that edge you really want to hear.
The My Next Mistake album is loaded with textured guitars, tremolo and swirling twanginess surrounding you as it all plays out like scenes in a play.
There are elements of deepening cultural soiree's that blend together to create something special as the record bleeds artists like Tom Petty, The Kills, Liz Phair, Mazzy Star, and tons more really.
There is a beautiful passion and clear love for her craft that comes in strong and gets you involved as vocal harmonies wash you away into the sunlight.
This record has mass pop stylings and Boothman knows exactly how to get you singing along and grooving to fuzztone basslines and vibrant choruses.
At times Americana peaks in and says hey and crawls back behind the living breathing pop sounds of those guitars.
This release is laced with singles that are incredibly radio friendly and really do feel like Summer songs meant to be blasted as you cruise the coast with the top down.
As you continue through the album, you get wonderful treats like mandolin based, reverb soaked tunes that feel almost like a dream after it's ended.
You even get string laiden piano ballads that feel like Oasis wrote them. I mean, these songs are addicting, fun, engulfing, and somewhat theatrical and all together, they make something that is quite memorable and even empowering.
Boothman's singing is sultry and alluring but also alternative and done with her own brand of swagger to an extent. She has her own character and it changes and morphs a little bit with each song.
Kate Boothman gave her all with this one and it's more than worth your time and playlists.