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about

Gracie Moses is a self-produced singer/songwriter from Boston, MA. Her passion for music bloomed while singing and playing piano at church. She began songwriting at age 11, drawing on influences such as Joni Mitchell, David Bowie, Lauryn Hill, Pink Floyd and Amy Winehouse.

 

Moses is a current student at Berklee College of Music, performing in and around Boston while continuing to write and produce music. She released her first self-produced single New in November of 2018.

While her songwriting showcases lyrical styles ranging from R&B to indie folk, her producing technique is evocative of electropop and indie pop tones. Moses’ genre-fusing approach has prompted other musicians to seek her counsel for songwriting and production as well.

Moses’ second release We'll Be Okay came as a timely encouragement in the wake of early 2020. Her first EP entitled TwentyTwo is a three-song project reflecting on her 22nd year of life, released November 30, 2020.