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Gracie Convert : Sat in My Bedroom

Gracie Convert : Sat in My Bedroom

gracie-convert-cdGracie Convert is a British/French vocalist and songwriter based in London. Her contemporary R&B sounds have garnered support from tastemakers such as Notion Magazine, Guap Mag, and Earmilk and received National radio backing from the likes of Jamz Supernova (BBC 1xtra), Tom Robinson (BBC6), Jyoty (RINSE FM) and BBC Introducing. Convert is now releasing an emotional lockdown ballad titled “Sat in My Bedroom.”

Opening with a dreamy descending vocal part sung in harmony, “Sat in My Bedroom” begins its tale with Convert’s bedroom tinged singing leading the way. The bright electric guitar is lightly strummed to a steady drum pattern. There is absolutely an R&B element to the rhythm and multi-layered vocals. Convert’s singing also has inflections and phrasing that can be traced to the R&B stuff and has strong electro-pop and indie-pop leanings.

“Sat in My Bedroom” is another strong outing for this London songstress; her tone and delivery is smooth and sensual. She has a robust, soulful sound that you will want to hear again and again.


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Sat in My Bedroom


Aviation Records

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