Isaac Gracie, a singer/songwriter from London, captures elements of indie and folk rock in his music to produce experimental sounds reminiscent of Jeff Buckley mixed with Ryan Adams.
He wrote his first song at the age of just 14, then went on to study English Literature and Creative Writing at the University of East Anglia, which refined his songwriting skills. In 2015, while still at university, he self-produced a rough demo of his accoustic single ‘Last Words’, which he then uploaded to BBC Introducing. Radio DJs Huw Stephens, Annie Mac and Zane Lowe all heavily praised the track, which started his music career.
His aptly-named debut EP Songs From My Bedroom was, again, self-produced in 2016 and gathered him the fanbase that led him to believe he could make this more than just a hobby. Since then, he has released two more extended plays: Songs In Black and White (live) also in 2016, and The Death of You & I last year. He is already preparing for his debut full-length album, which is due 13th April 2018.
Gracie’s most recent release was single ‘Terrified’, which has an emotive and cutting chorus, has been featured on multiple Radio 1 playlists.