Tate McRae Takes a Dance-Filled Night Out to the Rodeo in “Exes” Video

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Tate McRae, the rising pop sensation, is making waves once again with her latest single, “Exes,” a preview from her upcoming second album, Think Later.

In “Exes,” McRae reflects on past relationships, acknowledging that despite the breakups, there are still lingering memories. The chorus echoes this sentiment, with McRae singing, “Kisses to my exes who don’t give a sh*t about me. Kisses, kisses to the next ones who think they can live without me.”

The song came together swiftly during the final day of the album-making process. McRae shares, “We wrote ‘Exes’ on the last day of the album-making process. It was kind of like the last hurrah that Ryan Tedder and I wrote in legitimately 30 minutes. It talks about my flaws in a relationship, and some of my self-deprecating and self-sabotaging tendencies.”

Accompanied by a visually captivating video, McRae and a group of dancers explore a run-down rodeo venue, using energetic moves choreographed by Sean Bankhead to dance away the pain.

Adding to the excitement, Tate McRae is set to make her Saturday Night Live debut as the musical guest this weekend, with Jason Momoa hosting.

“Exes” is a glimpse into McRae’s upcoming album, Think Later, scheduled for release on December 8th via RCA.

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