Acclaimed lyricist Gracie Abrams discharges her new venture, This Is What It Feels Like, last Friday, November twelfth through Interscope Records. The development to her introduction project, minor, which was delivered in the mid year of 2020 followed by a virtual visit, This Is What It Feels Like grandstands Abrams genuinely private verses and highlights the as of late delivered melodies Feels Like and Rockland just as Alright which was included on New Music Daily on Apple Music this previous Wednesday. This Is What It Feels Like is accessible now at every single computerized retailer.
The day additionally saw the arrival of the video for The Bottom, coordinated by Jared Hogan. The Bottom was composed with long-term associate Blake Slatkin just as Omar Fedi and Billy Walsh, and focuses on an especially telling presentation from Abrams, whose vocals slip into a splendid and deft stream as she cautions of the heaviness of her psychological weight. Watch the video here.
All through This Is What It Feels Like, Abrams carries her crude contemplation to the most private of passionate encounters (self-selling out, weakness, horrendously bombed endeavors at association). Consistent with her DIY sensibilities, the 12-track project thinks that she is playing a more noteworthy job in the creation interaction, working with The Nationals Aaron Dessner (Taylor Swift, Sharon Van Etten), Joel Little (Lorde, MARINA), and her regular colleague Blake Slatkin (The Kid LAROI, Lil Nas X, Justin Bieber) to concoct each tracks moderate yet vivid sound. In a takeoff from her past work, Abrams likewise left her old neighborhood of L.A. to set up and account in such tranquil settings as the forest of Maine and Dessners Long Pond Studio in the Hudson Valleya move that immediately carried a more noteworthy lucidity to her inventive vision.
Abrams as of late wrapped up her sold-out Ive Missed You, Im Sorry visit, which denotes the initial time shes at any point set out on a full visit. The Ive Missed You, Im Sorry visit started toward the beginning of September, with dates at significant celebrations like Bottlerock, Firefly, and Austin City Limits. Abrams as of late declared a North American featuring visit for mid 2022. Starting off on February 2 in Salt Lake City, the This Is What It Feels Like visit will proceed through March 13 in Seattle. The 21-date visit will remember stops for New York, Brooklyn, Chicago, Toronto, Nashville, and the El Rey Theater in Los Angeles, with most dates previously sold out. See underneath for a total rundown of event dates and to buy tickets visit: www.gracieabrams.com/visit.