Worth A Listen

Our Worth A Listen Track This Week Comes From Isaac Gracie

Isaac Gracie has released his new track ‘That Was Then’, from his eponymous debut album which is due out 13th April via Virgin EMI. Another deeply soul touching track from the singer songwriter ‘That Was Then’ swoons and sweeps with a delicate heartfelt melody caressed by Gracie’s passionate vocals. A soft beat holds a steady foundation while guitar strums provide an edged, ethereal quality to this dainty track. Lush backing vocals coo behind the sublime tear-jerking melody which swishes and elegantly glides between the beautiful sweet instrumentation. Maturely composed and tightly layered Gracie showcases his sophisticated, deeply moving musicianship that places him as one of the finest new singer songwriters out there at the moment. His ability to make you feel every painful, sorrowful note is masterful yet, his pure, honest rawness hits you hard in the chest. It’s a pristine creation – timeless and beautifully crafted. There is no need for over production or flashiness, ‘That Was Then’ exudes emotion and is another gem to add to the treasure of tracks Gracie provides for us to hold dear.

You can catch Isaac Gracie Live at :

11th April – Gorilla, Manchester

12th April – Belgrave Music Hall & Canteen, Leeds

13th April – The Mash House, Edinburgh

15th April – King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow

16th April – The Crescent, York

17th April – Leadmill 2, Sheffield

18th April – The Rescue Rooms, Nottingham

20th April – O2 Institute2, Birmingham

21st April – O2 Academy2, Oxford

22nd April – Arts Centre, Norwich

23th April – Thekla, Bristol

25th April – The Haunt, Brighton

26th April – Hackney Empire, London

Watch the video for ‘That Was Then’ (Live at Konk Studios) below