Artist info

Genre

Pop, Roots


Sounds like

Missy Higgins , Melody pool, Lake Street Dive


Influences

Ainslie Wills, Lake Street Dive


Website

Bio

Grace has been singing and writing songs since she was 8, when she first learnt piano. She was lucky enough to find herself immersed in the Melbourne song-writing community from a young age. After workshopping with Ben Salter and Helen Gosling in 2015, Grace then developed her childhood dream into something more, and began planning her trip to USA for 2016. Grace recorded a mini-album in Portland Oregon in November of 2016, whilst she was also attending high school in the area. With producer Adam Selzer of Type Foundry Studios, she recorded six songs before coming back to Melbourne to launch it in early August. She worked with the elite musicians of Portland; Luke Yditsie (Blind Pilots), Jon Neufield, Ben Nugent and Aliah Farrah (M.ward) and shared a recording space with those such as 'Snow Patrol' and 'She and Him'. Her captivating combination of jazz and blues mixed with pop influences create a distinctive sound, complimented by her powerful vocals. With Influences varying between Missy Higgins, Lake Street dive, Melody Pool and Ella Fitzgerald and her songwriting inspired by the Indigo Girls and Ainslie Wills, Graces songs of love, loss and longing are relatable to any passing listener. Graces songs depict maturity beyond her 18 years.

Review

Review by Sebi C Sebi C

22 Jul 2018

50

Sorry but this is actually incredible. You’re.. just... what? This deserves to be all over the radio. You are a superstar from the modern jazz age. I can’t give this thing enough praise. LOVE LOVE LOVE IT. Okay, I’m done

Sorry but this is actually incredible. You’re.. just... what? This deserves to be all over the radio. You are a superstar from the modern jazz age. I can’t give this thing enough praise. LOVE LOVE LOVE IT. Okay, I’m done

Review

Review by Debbie Carr Debbie Carr

16 Jul 2018

Super Reviewer
40

I love how much this reminds me of early 2000s rom-com movie soundtracks. Continue fleshing out your melodies and reigning in that powerhouse voice, and I think you'll be a star!

I love how much this reminds me of early 2000s rom-com movie soundtracks. Continue fleshing out your melodies and reigning in that powerhouse voice, and I think you'll be a star!