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Rising BRIT nominated songwriter Gracey has shared her new EP "Fragile," which is about a recent breakup and decided to channel those feelings in the studio. Unaware of what might come out, Gracey allowed her emotions to run rampant, resulting in some daring work. Featuring previous offerings "The Internet" and "What A Waste," it also includes her latest single, "Sad Song," which was premiered last night by Clara Amfo on BBC Radio 1. “I’m so excited!! To be honest, I wasn’t anticipating writing and releasing an EP this year, especially not one this heartbreaking and personal (…shout out to my recent break up), but as I started writing, I found it cathartic to address my recent experiences and emotions and it all came together so naturally. I thought about how putting these songs out into the world, regardless of how scary it feels right now, might actually make someone else in a similar headspace to feel a little more heard and understood, which is the whole reason I wanted to be an artist, to begin with.” 2020 saw GRACEY confidently emerge as one of the most talked-about and successful new British artists. Not only did she release a string of brilliantly relatable and catchy-as-hell pop gems, but the 22-year-old Brighton born star scored her first-ever Top 10 single in the UK charts with the Platinum single ‘Don’t Need Love’ (also with Billen Ted as well as 220Kid), and a viral trend on TikTok, where her ‘Alone In My Room (Gone)’ became a certified lockdown anthem.