British born artist, Isaac Gracie, has nothing short of a heavy heart and soul, which is showcased through his new self-titled debut album, which is set to be released Australia-wide on April 13.
Gracie is poetic in his placement of words and accomplished in their delivery. Isaac says his first work captures the “darkest, the roughest and most uncertain time in my life.”
His raw, emotive tones are starkly reminiscent of those forlorn and pain-tinged moments when love just dies. Gracie perfectly uses vulnerability to produce mood music.
Terrified, Reverie, and the Death of You & I are just some tastes of what thrilling works you can expect to see on this album. At only 22 years old, the Ealing raised singer-songwriter is already dipping into a well of emotions that belies his life experience.
Isaac speaks of battling anxiety openly, and aims to help others cope and not feel equally alone. This album is enticingly beautiful, with soft vocal tones, and calm musical background, that it’s no wonder crowds are completely silence when he performs, and that he is selling our European tours, moments of tickets going on sale.
Self-titled debut album Is set for release in Australia on April 13.
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Reviewed by Chloe Cicero