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Posted April 30, 2019 by Mike Mineo in Rock
 
 

Gracie Gray – “Morphine”


Gracie Gray’s “Morphine” captivates with a lushly entrancing sound, reminding nostalgically of ’90s alternative and slowcore. “Morphine” is a single from the artist’s debut album Oregon in a Day, now streaming on all platforms. Originally based in the hills of West Los Angeles, with a childhood that included writing songs and recording local bands with her dad, Gracie Gray’s feel for melody and atmosphere is a byproduct of experience and talent alike. She is also one half of electro-pop duo Annaland; that project’s debut song “Tokyo” racked up several million plays on YouTube).

Gracie Gray’s work as a solo artist comes to fruition with Oregon in a Day, an album that entrances with beautifully building melodies and soundscapes with some loving ’90s alternative nostalgia, of the more contemplative, atmospheric variety. The album release show will be on Sunday, July 7th, at the Bootleg Theater in LA. Buy tickets here.

Stream the album below:

“Morphine” and other memorable tracks from this month can also be streamed on the updating Obscure Sound’s ‘Best of April 2019’ Spotify playlist.

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