Grace Sanders Returns With A / B-Side Singles ‘Anymore’ & ‘Nothing’

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“‘Scrolling’, although forlorn, is musically forward-facing. It takes its cues from the prevailing hyper-pop movement, a kind of pop music that .. absorbs and propagates the prominent communication methods of the early 2020s.” (Beat)

“i love how you’ve paired some souful rnb pop with some wild, crunchy, colourful production and twists. it keeps you guessing and keeps you hooked!” 4 / 5 (Declan Byrne, Triple J) [About ‘Scrolling’]

“It’s a great mix of addictive basslines, sultry synths and vocals that leave you wanting more. Grace grabs your attention from the very first second and doesn’t let go.” (Cool Accidents) [About ‘NO FAIR’]

“‘Scrolling’ is a glistening electronic-pop ride that also features feverish yet ethereal production complemented by Grace’s charming vocals.” (Scenestr)

“Let it unfold around you, slowly and intentionally, thick with melodies that become more memorable each time she repeats them.” (Sound Doctrine) [About ‘Dissipate’]

“Accomplished work from Grace on this track. The first half is all delicate and restrained before the balance shifts, Grace loosens the vocals and the production swells impressively.”
4 / 5 (Dave Ruby Howe, Triple J) [About ‘Dissipate’]

“Love this. Such a strong, woozy vocal, tops production and excellent song structure and hook.”
4 / 5 (Zan Rowe, Triple J) [About ‘Green’]

“It’s a charming four-minutes that centres on this genre-mixing pop sound that’s full of bubbly confidence and Grace Sanders’ signature charm” (Pilerats) [About ‘Green’]

Grace Sanders shares mesmerising new single (NME) 

Poised, powerful and utterly enthralling, electro-pop heroine Grace Sanders is making her 2022 entrance with the release of new single ‘Anymore’ alongside B-Side track ‘Nothing’, both out on March 25.

Since the release of last year’s glittering hyper-pop track ‘Scrolling’Grace Sanders has been on the move, joining Great Gable on their massive National Tour, presented by Triple J, Across The Road and Select Music, continuing until June.

Sanders’ busy schedule hasn’t stopped the Niche Productions signed artist from crafting her eclectic blend of electro-pop, psych and soul however, as she uncovers new single ‘Anymore’ in all of its pulsing, blood-bubbling, hyper-pop brilliance.

With the pulsing thud of a spiking heart rate, ‘Anymore’ wastes no time as vibrating synths, thumping beats and gritty basslines overwhelm the senses. The elegant composure in Grace’s vocal delivery completely captures and controls as submerged synth layers bubble towards the surface. With an industrial electro-pop darkness that belongs in an exclusive underground rave, the chorus erupts in a thrilling frenzy of throbbing sound and pulsing power.

Grace continues to demonstrate her vocal abilities, reaching a delicate height in the bridge before reclaiming their deep intoxicating drama as further synth-pop layers are explored in their shining grit. Unrelenting from start to finish, catching your breath isn’t an option as Sanders provides a new sonic experience to explore at every twist and turn.

On the flip side, ‘Nothing’ provides an entrancing reprieve from the addictive chaos of ‘Anymore’. Taking a reverb-filled, psychedelic approach to electro-pop, this track features unhurried vocoder affected vocals, decadent synths and strong basslines that are more inducive to a closed-eye trance experience than its A-Side companion.

Wielding her lyrical prowess to bring a refreshing twist to what can be taken as modern break-up songs, Grace Sanders hits on the realisation of reaching a breakpoint in ‘Anymore’, followed by the introspective poetry of ‘Nothing’Grace Sanders states:

“‘Anymore’ came out of a place of deep, existential frustration; in my work, in my art, in my disposition and in my relationships. I was walking home from work during one of those ‘slogging it’ periods where I was grinding as many hours as I could to save up some cash and I was hitting my point of burnout.

‘Nothing’ came out of a place of mourning for expectations that can never be met, and the kind of emptiness that comes with reconciling your intentions with the reality of the outcomes.”

Sanders’ previous releases have seen widespread support from Cool Accidents, NME, Triple J, Double J, Triple J Unearthed, theMusic, Acidstag, Pilerats, AU Review, RTR FM Sound Selection and more.

Don’t waste any more time… Grace Sanders’ new singles ‘Anymore’ and Nothing’ are out on March 25, and you can catch her on the Great Gable National Tour from now until June.

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