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Introducing: Isaac Gracie

The London based singer-songwriter makes deeply honest and raw pop-music. Get to know him here...

Who? 

London-based singer/songwriter/musician Isaac Gracie. 

The Sound 

Whilst it’s fair to describe Isaac Gracie as a songwriter, it’s probably more apt to use the noun storyteller when talking about the young Londoner who’s winning over fans by the bucketload at the moment. The singer uses his music to tell tales of love, heartbreak, despair, anxiety, hope and much more, taking his audience on a rollercoaster journey of emotion. Music can and perhaps always should be a vehicle to express the human spirit, and judging by the kind of music that he’s making, Issac Gracie seems to agree. 

The kind of emotional-pop Isaac makes shows an obvious influence of artists such as Jeff Buckley, Bob Dylan, and Leonard Cohen. However as artists such as James Bay, Passenger, and George Ezra have shown, this kind of songwriting feels timeless and has the potential to reach a large modern mainstream audience. 

The Story 

A prolific live act, Isaac has been touring across the UK and Europe almost non-stop over the last 12 months, supporting artists such as Michael Kiwanuka, Nick Mulvey, and Angus & Julia Stone, making new fans in every city he’s visited. During this time, he’s also been relentless in his musical output, dropping new music at an impressive rate. 

Isaac Gracie had some of his biggest success to date when he released the very honest single “Terrified” at the tail end of last year. The track is taken from his upcoming debut self-titled album and was playlisted on Radio 1. The song has been streamed over 1 million times on Spotify. Watch the video for “Terrified” below: 

The young musician went out on a headline tour in January/February, with every show selling out well in advance. 

Essential Tracks 

Latest single “Terrified” 

This stunning live version of “last words” 

Where can I see him live? 

Find dates/tickets for upcoming Isaac Gracie shows at www.ticketweb.uk/isaacgracie 

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