Kailee Morgue uncovers her new single ‘Discovery’, which was selected by Zane Lowe and played as a “World First” record on Apple Music Beats 1. Check out “Discovery” Here!
“Discovery” hints at the scope of Morgue’s vast creativity and musical sorcery. Over delicately chilling production, she delivers breathy verses and a lovelorn refrain that immediately captivates. In addition, to celebrate the release of “Discovery” Morgue has created an intricate lyric video for the track. See the full lyric video Here!
On the track Morgue stated: “Writing ‘Discovery’ definitely brought out a vulnerable side of myself. The song really emphasizes a feeling of abandonment and loneliness but in a hopeful way. It’s a mixture of this happy and sad feeling that I hope my fans can relate to as all emotions can be complicated.”
“Discovery” arrives hot on the heels of the viral hit “Medusa,” which quietly transformed the artist into a palpable phenomenon. Upon release, it launched to #2 on Hype Machine, was premiered by Fader and received “Best Track of the Week” by The New York Times, Line of Best Fit, MTV, Coup de Main and reached #2 on the Canadian viral chart on Spotify.
The 19-year-old songstress first teased out the track in 2016 with a brief Twitter video, and it ignited a viral reaction spawning 100,000 “likes” overnight. Over an airy minimalistic soundscape, Morgue exorcises a, hypnotic, and heartfelt melody with haunting and powerful lyrics.
“Medusa,” which originally premiered on Fader, was produced by CJ Baran [Melanie Martinez, Panic! At the Disco, Carly Rae Jepsen] is the first official release by Morgue but be on the lookout for more news soon. In addition, she recently posted a cover of label mate Post Malone’s smash hit “rockstar” ft. 21 Savage. The track is a follow up to a previous cover she posted of “Feeling Whitney” back in January. Check out the “rockstar” cover here!
Tattooed, green haired, and anime-obsessed 19-year-old Phoenix-born and Los Angeles-based gothic pop siren Kailee Morgue casts a sonic spell with her music. A self-described “introvert” and the second oldest of six kids, she found solace in the sounds of fellow sonic sorceresses such as Stevie Nicks and Gwen Stefani as well as Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, and more. By the age of ten, she picked up her first guitar, began quietly penning music, and eventually started posting tracks on Soundcloud. Between a gig at Jack in the Box, an 18-year-old Kailee found the beat for “Medusa” on YouTube back in 2016 and cooked up the single. As “Medusa” became an underground phenomenon, she inked a deal with Republic Records in the summer of 2017.