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Song Of The Day! Grace Gillespie Shares ‘Take Me To The Country’.

Sophie Greenidge

Grace has a purity in music that you want to get to know. Grace’s un-tiring lyrics are gems. Simply that. The word exercise is a master class of talent and we just can’t get enough. The London based artist/producer has been charming audiences for a long while and with influences from folk, psyche, and dream-pop, she provides her own kind of canvas where nothing restricted.” She can turn on a dime, with the style that she evokes. But the charm from her vocals just never turns off, as they seduce with unrelenting gentleness and understanding.

The London based artist/producer (originally from Devon) was taken on by Kaleidoscope, who worked with her to produce her first solo releases in 2018. Her sound takes influences from the folk, psych and dream-pop traditions, providing a backdrop to her intriguing vocal melodies, shifting harmonies and introspective lyricism.

Her first two singles found their way onto Spotify’s ‘Fresh Folk’ playlist and received extensive support from Apple Music, appearing on their ‘A-List’ and ‘Best of the Week’ playlists, as well as backing from NME, Crack In The Road and The Wild Honey Pie. In December 2018, Grace was awarded funding from PRS for Music Foundation (Women Make Music Fund) to complete work on her debut EP, ‘Pretending’, which garnered support from the likes of The Line of Best Fit, Clash and Earmilk.

And her body of works are well deserving of all of the accolades that has and will come. That notion is apparent when listening to Grace and her empathetically defiant tone of her vocals. Tinted with the absolutely glorious way she arranges her baroque toned teases within ‘Take Me To The Country’, the indie-folk songstress is impressive in every way, as vibe of

Look for more from this beautiful musical human being.

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