On Leah Kate’s infectious debut single “I See You,” the singer-songwriter epitomizes love in the club, in a scenario of determining if the pursuit is worth the risk. While the synths carry the radio-friendly cut through the temporary romance, Leah’s vocals pierce through with lyrics that we can both relate to and think about while dancing the night away. “It didn’t come from the happiest place,” she admittedly remarks on the song. “But I turned it into something people could have a good time to.” That’s the balance that the star-on-the-rise will add to the pop music landscape with the release of her debut EP: songs that make you feel something. Anything.