The women of Tate have had enough in new “Cheerleader” music video

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Tate | still from video

Tate released their latest creation just last week: their first ever LP After You. The new record is chock full of unapologetic introspection, set to the tune of floaty melodies and Tate Kamish’s tender vocals. The band’s brand new music video for “Cheerleader” delivers a visual display of the album’s emotions.

The video features three scenes where the women of Tate are looked down upon by men — in a bar, on a basketball court, and in the workplace. At the end, they come together in cheerleading uniforms, only to “quit” cheering for the men that surround them. Check out the very relevant and badass video below.

Tate’s record release show will take place this Friday, July 12th at Bourbon & Branch. They’ll also play the 2019 Philly Music Fest on Friday, September 27th at World Cafe Live. Ticket info for both shows can be found on the XPN Concert Calendar.

 

 



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