NSW, Australia-based musician Gracie Jean unveils her debut alt-country album, Romance Is Bad, which, according to a recent press release, delves “deep into a world of intricate storytelling and a heart beautifully aware of the feelings and emotions experienced by the human race.”
Gracie Jean comments on the vibe, noting:
“I really wanted to convey the idea that it’s okay to feel sad, and to voice that sadness. I think often people tend to try and avoid all sad feelings. We put on masks and we ‘switch off’ the sadness when we interact with one another. I just wanted to make an album on songs where I said exactly what was on my mind. I want these songs to inspire vulnerability in others.”
The nine-song record, Romance Is Bad, was produced and mixed by Matt Wykniet in Nauti Studios (Standmore) and Mastered by Harvey O’Sullivan at Studio 303.