Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop, Rock, Roots


Sounds like

Amy Winehouse, Regina Spektor , Lily Allen, Lauryn Hill, Erykah Badu, Ball Park Music , The Kinks, Tash Sultana


band members

Grace Sanders


Influences

Pink Floyd , Amy Winehouse, The strokes , The Beatles, The Fugees, Anderson .Paak, Half Moon Run, Ella Fitzgerald , Mos Def, Lauryn Hill, Tash Sultana, Jeff Buckley , ABBA, Radiohead , UB40, Elton John


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Bio

With a hazy blend of electro-psych-pop, Perth's self-produced singer-songwriter, Grace Sanders uses enchanting melodies that are entwined with her radical, carefree attitude all while getting wrapped up in a cosmos of dirty synths and psychedelic guitars.

Since 2017, Sanders has released three singles that have displayed her songwriting diversity, vocal prowess and ability to sell-out shows which in turn has gained her a substantial social media following.

While working on new material that has taken her in a fresh direction, she has been found playing alongside artists including Psychedelic Porn Crumpets, Grevious Bodily Calm, Tanaya Harper, Dulcie and Adrian Dzvuke.

Now, Sanders is releasing her newest incarnation of herself that is eloquent, mesmerizing and an ever-evolving display of Sanders maturity as a songwriter since her previous releases - all while only scratching the surface of what is yet to come.

Review

Review by Zan Rowe Zan Rowe

12 Feb 2021

Triple J
40

A voice that curls so beautifully around a seemingly stripped back song that swells and shifts so wonderfully. Took me by surprise, nice one Grace.

A voice that curls so beautifully around a seemingly stripped back song that swells and shifts so wonderfully. Took me by surprise, nice one Grace.

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

04 Feb 2021

Triple J
45

Consider me stilled and stunned by this supreme new offering from Grace Sanders. Lilting lullaby that builds into a clarion R&B hook that swells into vocodered magic that ends in a wash of synth. It's a movement that spans eras and it's a delight.

Consider me stilled and stunned by this supreme new offering from Grace Sanders. Lilting lullaby that builds into a clarion R&B hook that swells into vocodered magic that ends in a wash of synth. It's a movement that spans eras and it's a delight.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

04 Feb 2021

Triple J
40

Accomplished work from Grace on this track. The first half is all delicate and restrained before the balance shifts, Grace loosens the vocals and the production swells impressively.

Accomplished work from Grace on this track. The first half is all delicate and restrained before the balance shifts, Grace loosens the vocals and the production swells impressively.