Grace Carter Releases Brand New Single/Video Bloodwar

Grace Carter Releases Brand New Single/Video Bloodwar

Hailed as one of Britain’s most striking young voices, singer/songwriter Grace has dazzled audiences across the globe with her powerful voice and gut-wrenchingly honest lyrics. Now, following the release of her critically acclaimed recent single Pick Your Tears Up, Grace drops brand new track Bloodwar.

It’s been a truly incredible month since Grace returned with Pick Your Tears Up, her first release of 2023. She sold out a very intimate show at Omeara in 30 seconds; she announced a brand-new UK/EU tour for this June; she stunned at LFW where she attended the likes of Mowalola, Ahluwalia and more; she appeared on Amazon’s +44 podcast with Zeze Mills for International Women’s Day. All the while, Pick Your Tears Up has accumulated widespread support across BBC Radio1 and Apple Music, where it was heralded by Clara Amfo, Travis Mills, Victoria Jane, Sian Eleri, Jack Saunders and many others. With over 300m streams and counting, Grace continues to hint at a newfound sense of creative freedom and her most exciting work yet with the release of Bloodwar.

Speaking of the track, Grace says “Bloodwar is a song I wrote when I was 17. I wrote it at a time when I was really struggling with the impact of growing up with an absent parent and unanswered questions. Although I’m no longer in that space and have grown so much from those emotions this song has always been so important to me and when I listen to it, it reminds me of how far I have come! I’ve had it on my setlist for years and its always felt so strange that a song that has played such a huge part in my personal and artistic journey has never been released. So with my tour coming up it felt like the right time to put it out into the world.”

In 2018, Grace released her debut EP Why Her Not Me. A striking exploration of pain and loss, the EP was inspired by her father’s absence but it’s vulnerable meditation on relationships resonated with audiences and critics alike landing her third on the BBC Sound Poll 2019 along with huge playlisting support across BBC Radio 1 (where it hit the A-list) and BBC Radio 2. Additionally, Grace played shows across the US, Asia and Europe (not to mention much-heralded festival appearances at Glastonbury, Made In America, SxSW & Latitude amongst many others), toured with HAIM, Dua Lipa, Lewis Capaldi and Jorja Smith, strengthened already firm relationships with Cartier and JW Anderson and appeared on magazine covers across the globe. With a voice unafraid to probe emotional depths, her authenticity has allowed her to traverse global boundaries.

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