If you’ve been on the lookout for a fiery anthem of feminist empowerment and a heart-pounding, soul-stirring rocker, allow us to introduce you to the remarkable Kate Thornbury and her latest masterpiece, “Napkins.” This song traverses the entire emotional spectrum of a failed relationship, from the tender beginnings to the seething turmoil of heartbreak.

Surprisingly, despite its weighty subject matter, “Napkins” bursts forth with an exuberant energy, kicking off with a brisk beat and electrifying guitar riffs. Just fifteen seconds in, the production erupts in full force, accompanied by a pulsating bassline and those irresistible “oooooh” vocals that we can’t help but rave about in every blog post. When Thornbury’s vocals take the stage, they carry the familiar warmth reminiscent of Phoebe Bridgers and the mystique of Stevie Nicks, yet they carve out a unique and commanding presence as they unveil the tale of sweet moments shared with that special someone. In this particular narrative, it’s evident that the history runs deep, back to the days when “we were kids, drinking out of a hose.”