Critically buzzing 21-year-old British singer and songwriter Isaac Gracie released his four-song debut, Songs From My Bedroom EP earlier this year.
As the title suggests, the EP is a collection of home recorded tracks all written, played and produced by Isaac in his bedroom.
Gracie’s poetic lyrics, chilling delivery, and intimate instrumentation have already earned him unanimous acclaim overseas. He made his US debut performing at the show-stopping BBC’s Introducing SXSW showcase. He’s now across the pond, headlining venues all over the UK.
You could say storytelling is in Isaac Gracie’s blood. He was born to poet Judith Gracie, and he began penning songs at just 14, nodding to inspirations ranging from the Buckleys and Bob Dylan to Leonard Cohen and Radiohead. In the summer of 2015, he uploaded a bedroom demo recorded on Garage Band to BBC Introducing. That happened to be an early version of “Last Words,” and it crossed 100,000 plays in a week’s time. He found himself supporting the likes of The Japanese House and Blaenavon on national tours, while Radio 1 premiered his follow-up single “Terrified” as “Annie Mac’s Hottest Record In The World.”