Grace Coletta blossoms in her intimately dynamic pop single, Daisies
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Chicago pop luminary Grace Coletta has lit up the airwaves with her escapist earworm, Daisies, which was officially released on May 10th.
The juxtaposition between the strong EDM production and her innocently magnetic indie vocals affirms why Grace Coletta has sold out several shows across Chicago and garnered over 1 million streams with her seminal single, Many the Miles.
After an intimate lo-fi bedroom-pop prelude, the home-recorded hit progressively builds in momentum and visceral lyrical expression to create one of the sweetest crescendos you could ask to creep into your synapses. Daisies was co-written by Hannah Rose Cox and produced by LA’s Alex Strahle.
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Grace Coletta said:
“Daisies is about escaping. It is about getting the heck out of town when shit is just too much and that temporary joy you get when you run away from your problems because a little distance makes everything a little easier to handle.”
Amelia Vandergast, Executive Editor at A&R Factory said:
“Grace Coletta created a brand-new plateau to set the bar with her latest single, Daisies. Swoon-worthy vocal harmonies and razor-sharp hooks rarely come hand in hand, but that is just one of the signifiers of her natural alchemy."
I am a midwestern choir kid through and through. I grew up singing in choirs and a trio with my two best friends; later, I studied opera. After leaving school and working in the corporate world for a couple of years, I started to miss singing and the community of musicians; it was always the most fulfilling part of my life. I started writing and recording original music in 2018, which resulted in the release of my debut EP, Fixating.
Since then, I have explored different sounds and have gained a strong following on Instagram and Spotify; now, I have over 1M streams across platforms. After the release of Daisies, I plan to release three songs throughout 2022, showcasing pure vocals against electronic-infused production.
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May 20, 2022 11:00am ET by A&R Factory