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  • Gracie Abrams Releases Debut Project “Minor”: Streaming

  • Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter Gracie Abrams released her debut project “Minor” on July 14, 2020.
    The project contains 7-track including preceding singles and four new songs. The project was first announced on the Instagram back in April.
    From the project, she dropped a new music video for “Friend” directed by Alex Lill.
    She told Zane Lowe on Apple Betas 1 radio show about the project, “I don't feel like I'm very tough all the time. But I don't know, I think just trusting what I'm saying is all I can really do. I think the reason that I care about this project, because I never really say that I like what I make, because I think I am nervous that I'm going to come across in some way. I just, honestly - It's such a twisted thing and I honestly think that a lot of women struggle with talking about what they actually like about themselves. I think especially in music can feel like you're being judged, which is wrong and I need to step outside of that. But I'm really proud of this project because I feel like I could not have been more honest with myself and that's all I could ask for, I guess.”
    She said of the new song “Friend”, “I feel like normally when I'm writing about any of my relationships with anyone in my life, I'm always coming at it from a place of… almost a self pity. This song came from a different place and it was more of anger, frustration, disgust with someone that you used to love.”
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    She already plans to create the next project. “But also already, the way that I'm thinking about the next project, I'm really relieved that these songs are existing independently. Because I think I want to be doing more self reflection in a way where it's actually confronting the reality of the situation, not just centering myself in relationships and experiences. And honestly, I think I'm kind of right now growing out of older habits that really served Minor, but that I don't think would serve music going forward. Because I don't want to live in the same space forever. And because at a certain point, it's just complaining and that's unattractive.”
  • source : The 360 Magazine
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