Earmilk, Lefuturewave, and Urban Soul. Produced by James Berkeley of Brighton-based band, Yakul, "I'm Fine" serves as the first in a series of 7 songs that Gracie will be releasing in the coming months signalling the end of a year of self-exploration and writing, delighting in the creative freedom of being a solo singer, and creating and collaborating how she wishes.
"When I first started writing I used to get so stressed our around 'the process' and spend hours going over the lyrics and the melody," shares Gracie. "I freestyled a lot in my mid-teens alongside and then around the age of 17 realised that what was flowing from me was pretty good compared to when I overthought things, and from that moment decided to just go with it when writing, especially in sessions."
Watch the video for "I'm Fine" below.
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