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Listen to new single ‘I Wanna Live For Free’

Sheffield-based Graces continue their explosive start to 2019 with new single I Wanna Live For Free . The track is a raucous attack of distorted guitars and angsty lyrics, filled with true Northern grit. “ I Wanna Live For Free is about the comedown after the party, like that scene in Trainspotting when Renton goes cold turkey, ” says Graces frontman Stephen Harrison, who produces all the band’s music himself. “ It’s about that feeling on Sunday night when you can’t sleep and you’re writhing out of your skin because your shame and self-loathing have reared their ugly heads now the drinking and the laughter and the music has stopped. It’s about that moment when you ask yourself the question ‘was that really worth it?’ and then realising that the answer must be yes because there is no doubt you’ll be in the same sorry state next weekend.’ ”

Breaking out of their post-industrial studio in Sheffield, the band have played main support slots with Fickle Friends, The Amazons, Black Honey and King No-One and appeared at festivals including Kendal Calling, Y Not Festival and Tramlines . This Sheffield gang are creating a buzz in their home city, regularly selling out headline shows and shaping up to be one of the city’s next great prospects. The band started 2019 with their first headline tour, taking their visceral live show across the UK, culminating in a memorable show at the infamous Leadmill in Sheffield.

'Graces are mind blowingly good!' - BBC Introducing

'Graces have an outward energy and glistening sheen finish' - Clash Magazine

'Both catchy and cinematic' - Never Enough Notes

'Distorted guitars and vast soundscapes' - Indie is not a genre

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