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Grace VanderWaal releases ‘Today and Tomorrow’

Grace VanderWaal has released her brand new original song “Today and Tomorrow” – listen to it HERE. The twinkling track penned by Grace while filming, is featured in the upcoming Disney+ movie Stargirl,

Grace VanderWaal has released her brand new original song “Today and Tomorrow” – listen to it HERE. The twinkling track penned by Grace while filming, is featured in the upcoming Disney+ movie Stargirl, a film adaptation of Jerry Spinelli’s beloved novel of the same name. Premiering on the Disney+ streaming service next Friday, March 13th, Grace will be making her acting debut, playing the titular role of the same name. “Today and Tomorrow” is the end-credit title track and will also be included on the forthcoming Stargirl digital soundtrack from Walt Disney Records, available on March 13th.

“‘Today and Tomorrow’ was inspired while I was filming the movie. I wanted to capture the essence of being Stargirl and how it felt to play her,” Grace says of the song. “My producer, Ido, and I wanted to keep it as raw and natural as possible to let people hear the magic in the studio when the song was written.”

Grace will take the stage to perform “Today and Tomorrow” on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on March 11th.  

This week, Grace was invited by Chanel to attend their Paris Fashion Week show on March 3rd. Chanel dressed her for the show, sat her front row and also shared a photo of Grace on their @welovecoco account. 

Grace VanderWaal is a creative force to be reckoned with. Following her meteoric rise and the release of her best-selling EP, Perfectly Imperfect, and full-length album, Just The Beginning, the America’s Got Talent winner returned with a new EP titled LETTERS: VOL. 1 late last year. To date Grace has over 700 million streams worldwide. All throughout, VanderWaal keeps her millions of fans updated on her daily musings and everyday evolution on social media, all while enjoying the experience of simply being a teenager. Letters: Vol. 2 is set for release later this year via Columbia Records.