Introducing the powerful, piano-driven pop of Grace Carter

It all began at age 13, when Grace Carter’s stepfather gifted her a guitar. Since then, the Brighton based artist has developed a unique brand of soul-laden, piano-driven pop music that’ll rope you in with driving, emotive vocals.

Her music balances gracefully between vulnerability and strength; an endearing blend of sounds that you’ll be unable to resist getting lost within.

Simultaneously vulnerable and strong; Introducing the powerful and soulful, piano-driven pop of Brighton based singer-songwriter Grace Carter.

While she may be signed to the same management label that looks after Lana Del Rey and Dua Lipa, this 20-year-old singer-songwriter’s music sits in an entirely different world.

Grace Carter glides through a powerful blend of soul, R&B and pop to deliver a sound that belongs entirely to herself. With ethereal, minimalistic production and powerful vocal delivery, Carter’s sprawling sounds will fill any room you find yourself in. It’s the kind of music that enters your body, and sits comfortably at the bottom of your soul.

Her most recent single Why Her Not Me sees the artist navigate some pretty weighty issues. “I wrote this song about my father choosing another life over raising me,” Carter says of the track.

This video represents the literal and emotional journey I took, only to find out he wanted them and not me. Everyone can relate to the feeling of not being good enough and the frustration that comes with that.”

The track’s accompanying video is a stunning, decade-spanning epic that follows Carter’s journey into adulthood.

With heart-wrenching lyrical content, Why Her Not Me will tear your heart apart and stitch it back together all in the span of its four-minute duration.

Do yourself a favour and watch the new video above, and if you find yourself in Europe or the UK, catch Grace Carter Live at any of the following dates:

October 22nd – Soup Kitchen, Manchester, UK
October 23rd – Sugar Club, Dublin, IE
October 25th – Nice N Sleazy, Glasgow, UK
October 27th – Chapel, Leeds, UK
October 29th – Village Underground, London, UK
November 2nd – Les Etoiles Theatre, Paris, FR
November 3rd – Melkweg Upstairs, Amsterdam, NL
November 5th – Botanique, Brussels, BE
November 6th, Privat Club, Berlin, DE
November 7th – Studio 672, Cologne, DE