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October 16, 2019


Sydney Australian born GRAACE has been making waves worldwide and her latest track ‘21st Century Love’ is no exception. You may recognize this 22 year old artist from her sad-girl anthem “Have Fun at Your Party’ or from her his single ‘Last Night’ which appeared on Spotify’s New Music Friday and currently has over 12 million streams.

Clash writes "The Australian riser is brutally honest with herself, a songwriter whose potent melodic approach lingers with remarkable, self-effacing lyricism."

The Line of Best Fit describes her single ‘SOS’ as "Honest and intimate like a spoken diary entry. ’SOS' combines GRAACE's layered angelic vocals over a luminous piano melody that develops into an endearing pop ballad."

GRAACE currently has over 1.4 million listeners and an accumulated 72 million streams on Spotify.

Her latest track ‘21st Century Love’ showcases GRAACE’s fearless vocals to create a personal and relatable track about the pitfalls of modern relationships. 

“It's 4:00 a.m. and I don't wanna know
All the things that you are gonna do
Without me by your side
Without me by your side
I've been all running up night
I've been all running up night
With million reasons why
And another million reasons why”

Her honest lyrics are a reflection of how insecurities can derail your life. In her song she admits 

“These insecurities 
are gonna ruin me, 
and I know this jealousy will ruin us”

GRAACE uses a lush melody to tell a story about relationship struggles that her audience can relate to. She has created a heartbreaking emo pop tune that captures the doubts that we conjure up in our minds. 

The FADER calls it "a pop ballad for your guilty conscience."

GRAACE is currently touring in Australia, and we can expect big things to come from this young artist.



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