ISAAC GRACIE SHARES ‘LAST WORDS’ VIDEO
TRACK IS LIFTED FROM FORTHCOMING EPONYMOUS DEBUT ALBUM,
OUT 13TH APRIL.
ISAAC TOURS THE UK AND EUROPE THROUGHOUT APRIL.
Isaac Gracie is pleased to share a video for his new single, Last Words.
The video was shot with long-term collaborator Jackson Ducasse, featuring snapshots of Isaac’s life on the road in the lead up to his debut album’s release. Playlisted at national radio stations across the UK, it’s the finest example yet of what makes Isaac such a singular proposition.
The self-titled “Isaac Gracie” will be released on the 13th April through Virgin EMI. It was largely produced by Markus Dravs at RAK Studios in London and features eleven tracks including the recent singles Terrified and The Death of You & I.
Isaac Gracie has been finding his feet, working out who he is, and discovering what he wants since the industry spotlight fell on him. The fuss was caused by a dusty-sounding, careworn home recording of Last Words that was uploaded online without expectation and any anticipation of what was to follow.
Isaac Gracie is a new British voice, poetic in his placement of words and accomplished in their delivery.
Watch a live Mahogany session recording of the track here: http://po.st/LastWordsYT
Pre-order the album here: https://IsaacGracie.lnk.to/AlbumPR
Isaac Gracie heads out on a full tour of the UK throughout April, which will be followed by a new European tour throughout May.
Remaining tickets for the UK shows are on sale now through www.isaacgraciemusic.com/live/
Isaac Gracie Live:
11th April – Gorilla, Manchester
12th April – Belgrave Music Hall, Leeds
13th April – The Mash House, Edinburgh
15th April – King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow
16th April – The Crescent, York
17th April – Leadmill 2, Sheffield
18th April – The Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
20th April – O2 Institute2, Birmingham
21st April – O2 Academy2, Oxford
22nd April – Arts Centre, Norwich
23rd April – Thekla, Bristol
25th April – The Haunt, Brighton
26th April – Hackney Empire, London
28th April – Le Printemps de Bourges Festival, Bourges
29th April – Le Petit Bulletin Festival, Lyon
30th April – Papiersaal, Zurich
2nd May – Café de la Danse, Paris
4th May – YUCA, Cologne
5th May – Kranhalle, Munich
6th May – ISC, Bern
8th May – Bi Nuu, Berlin
9th May – Lille Vega, Copenhagen
11th May – Gleis 22, Munster
12th May – Molotow, Hamburg
13th May – De Oosterpoort, Groningen
15th May – Club Nine, Utrecht
16th May – Doornroosje, Nijmegen
17th May – Muziekgieterij, Maastricht
18th May – AB Club, Brussels