Gracie Abrams Releases New EP “This Is What It Feels Like”: Streaming
- Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter Gracie Abrams released her second EP “This Is What It Feels Like” on November 12, 2021 via Interscope Records.
The EP is accompanied by a new music video for “The Bottom”.
She worked with Aaron Dessner, who is known as a producer of Taylor Swift's albums “Folklore” and “Evermore”, as well as other produces Blake Slatkin, Carter Lang, Joel Little and Omer Fedi.
The EP comprises 12-track, including preceding singles “Feels Like” and “Rockland”.
This time, she focused on to make a step up and adding different elements from her debut EP “Minor”, which was released last July.
Gracie Abrams told Teen Vogue about the EP, “I think the first one happened in February. It was the first time that I'd written something in a long time that made me feel like a bit of a person again, like I was just in a really bad place mentally, emotionally, last year and wasn't writing for a while. I didn't know what to do or say. One of the reasons that I didn't want to call this an album is because these songs felt like they were fragments of different times over my mental health recovery. I felt like I was grasping at pieces of myself that I was starting to recognize again, or being able to articulate things in a way that made at least some sense to other people.”
She continued, “So the project ended up feeling whole, I guess, two months ago. And it's fascinating because I kind of accidentally started making my album this past week, and I have a different kind of [feeling], being in a better place, being able to conceptualize something from the very beginning rather than what happened with This is What it Feels Like. I do [think] that they do all belong together very much, but it's funny, because I just know that I was kind of flailing while it was happening.”
- source : Apple Music