19-year-old NYC singer/songwriter Baker Grace revels in self-reflection and demonstrates a deep understanding of the human condition that belies her youth. Her latest single “Up All Night” stirs with emotional resonance as she tries to relate to someone different than herself. “Who am I judge the way you feel about the things I don’t know? Who am I judge the pain you caused when you were feeling so low?” Production by fellow NYC based artist Cautious Clay starts with a clear strung acoustic guitar and slowly grows to an expansive pop sound to fill your speakers.
“’Up All Night’ is about how too often we judge people or a group of people without getting the chance to know them,” Grace shares about the song. “Everybody has a story and I think it’s important to take the time to understand each other and become more compassionate, so we can learn, grow, and heal together.”
“Up All Night” comes on the heels of her singles “Pops” and “Bottle of Wine.” “Pops” is a heartfelt ode to the special relationship between fathers and daughters, while “Bottle Of Wine” is a song about the delicacy of the ego and how quickly our thoughts can turn negative in the absence of comfort and love. All three tracks appear on Grace’s forthcoming “Yourz Truly” EP, due August 28th. The EP will be available on limited edition 12″ Galaxy black and white vinyl..
With her 2019 debut EP “Girl, I Know,” Baker Grace emerged as an artist of understated yet undeniable confidence. Having earned lavish acclaim for her boundary-warping breed of pop, the 19-year-old singer/songwriter has only deepened that sense of self-possession over the past year, creating her own charmed reality far apart from the masses. On her sophomore EP “Yourz Truly,” Grace illuminates her inner world and personal philosophies more freely than ever, sharing her story with equal parts boldness and dreamy sensitivity.
A deeply intimate body of work, “Yourz Truly” takes its title from Grace’s longtime love of writing letters. “Each song is a letter to myself or to somebody else, because writing letters has always been one of the best ways for me to be completely truthful,” she says. “It allows me to get down to the core of what I want to say, which is the main goal in all my music: to be as raw and honest as possible.”