It was followed by 2018 debut EP ‘Self-Sabotage’, which has garnered 30 million streams globally to date. Described by the singer as “very melancholic”, the collection sees her not shying away from life’s downsides, but embracing them and learning from them in order to become stronger. It shows her unwavering commitment to honesty in her music, stemming from her using songwriting to pull through at her lowest moments.
This shedding of emotion has allowed GRAACE to put the past behind her and make bold, brilliant steps forwards. In her most recent two singles, ‘Have Fun At Your Party’ and ‘21st Century Love’, she cuts a more hopeful figure, transmitted via huge choruses that burst out with confidence.
GRAACE’s first single of 2020, ‘Hard To Say’ featuring African Australian rapper I.E, is a touching tribute to a friend close to her heart who took his own life. Balancing delicacy and tenacity GRAACE pours her emotions out through her pensive lyrics and velvety vocals, leaving a glimmer of hope and happiness behind.