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GRAACE’s ‘Self Preservation’ is A Powerful Rumination Love and Loss

The other side to her Self Sabotage EP, Self Preservation sees GRAACE returning to her roots as she looks ahead.

Jess Gleeson*

Three years after the release of her debut EP, Self Sabotage, GRAACE returns with Self Preservation. A meditative exploration of grief, loss, loneliness, and rebirth, GRAACE finds herself returning to her roots, once again behind the keys and guitar.

A stylistic heel-turn which gives her superb knack for songwriting room to breathe, it’s a powerful ode to owning one’s trauma, moving on, and embracing life as it comes.

GRAACE’s Self Preservation is out now.

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