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Friday, December 1st, 2017
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"A shimmering slice of indie pop' Independent i

A shimmering new song centered around lush production and a contagious melody The 405

"Twinkly guitars meet passionate piano on "Headlights", which shows off the tremendous power of McGill's voice - she can tear our hearts apart with hushed tones and delicate inflections. Best Fit

"Headlights' is equally as beautiful as their two previous singles, Paraffin and Quicksand, and keeps up on an emerging theme of charismatic vocals paired with inventive construction. Euphoria Magazine

"With the talented vocals of Kate McGill and slick production of Daniel Broadley, we can't get enough of each track they have produced thus far. The Revue

"It is differentiated from other sad love songs of its kind mainly by Kate's lush vocals... and by some attractive interplay between guitar and electronics. Too Many Blogs

"A careful, nuanced ballad with an eerie trippy-ness and a chilling beauty" 405

"Pretty much the perfect package... Every time I listen to it, it pulls me in even further. Indie Shuffle

"The early promise remains, but Meadowlark feel more confident, while the songwriting continually reaches outward. Clash Music