Get hooked on the fuzzy pop goodness of Hannah Kate’s new single Cry July

When Melbourne outfit Hannah Kate dropped their debut EP Late Brunch last March, we were immediately hooked on their fuzzy garage-pop sounds.

Across the EPs six tracks, the band sauntered through charmingly laid-back indie-rock gems that we quickly became addicted to. Now, with the release of their new track Cry July, they’ve turned things up a notch to deliver a raucous and equally addictive slice of scuzzy goodness.

With their seriously infectious new single Cry July, Melbourne’s Hannah Kate deliver a track that you’ll be unable to resist dancing to.

Made up of Hannah Kate on guitar and vocals, Tali Harding-Hone on guitar and backing vocals, Tom Hueston on Drums, and Dougal James on Bass, these guys are the kind of band you’ll struggle not to fall in love with.

On their new single, the quartet dance through jangly guitar lines and infectiously effortless vocal delivery to craft a song that’ll brighten any room you find yourself in.

These are still relatively early days for Hannah Kate, but judging by the quality of what we’ve heard so far, I think we can safely expect more great material from this Melbourne four-piece.

Cry July is the first track from an upcoming debut album… so it seems we won’t have to wait for long. For now, do yourself a favour and listen to the new track above.

Catch Hannah Kate live at The Tote in Collingwood on Thursday September 27th. More info here.