New Artist Gracie Abrams Releases Her Debut EP, ‘Minor’

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On July 14, up-and-coming artist Gracie Abrams released her first EP, minor, featuring three brand new songs and four previously-released fan favorites.

Gracie Abrams, daughter of Star Wars Director J.J. Abrams, first started showcasing her musical talents on social media. Over the last few years of sharing snippets of songs recorded in her bedroom, Abrams has amassed thousands of followers on Instagram, and some fans have even begun to call her the next Lorde.

Abram’s music style tells the vulnerable, honest, and universal stories of heartbreak. Her music is part of the growing music genre “bedroom pop,” which commonly features DIY artists who write, record, and produce songs independently, often in their own homes.

 

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The minor extended play features seven songs written by Abrams, with three all-new tracks (“Friend”, “Under/Over”, and “tehe”). Abrams had previously shared previews of the other four songs on Instagram, including “21”, “ I Miss You, I’m Sorry”, “Long Sleeves”, and the titular track, “minor”.

 

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Although the coronavirus pandemic has prevented her from performing live, Abrams announced on Instagram that she will be performing in a series of virtual concerts called “the minor bedroom shows.” These concerts will be small hangout sessions where fans from different cities can listen to Abrams in real-time.

Music lovers who are eager to check out this promising new artist can buy minor on iTunes or listen on Spotify. For a chance to attend one of Abrams’s virtual concerts, visit her ticketing website.