NEW SINGLE - Grace Davies Unveils Upbeat New Single ‘Toothbrush’ – Out Now!

GRACE DAVIES UNVEILS UPBEAT NEW SINGLE ‘TOOTHBRUSH’ – OUT NOW


LISTEN HERE “Talk about taking our breath away, Grace Davies has us feeling it all.” WONDERLAND “A remarkable talent.” THE SUNDAY TIMES “[Grace Davies’] soulful pop vocals bring her poetic lyrics to life.”MTV UK “Pop perfection.” HEATWORLD

[July 23rd, 2021] Singer Grace Davies releases her up-tempo, liberating single ‘toothbrush’ - a real-life tale of moving on by throwing out an ex’s possessions, it’s available to buy and stream now via Believe. ‘toothbrush’ is a new track from her highly anticipated second EP, out this year. ‘toothbrush’ is Grace’s first-ever release that she co-produced alongside Marcus Andersson (Demi Lovato, Ashnikko, Lauren Aquilina, Kid Ink). Not only is Davies finding her confident stride within writing and performing, but she’s also honing her skills as a producer. Co-written with Adam Argyle (Dua Lipa, James Arthur, Paloma Faith) who also collaborated with Grace on previous releases ‘Invisible’ and ‘Amsterdam’, and Gil Lewis (Kelly Clarkson, MNEK, Liv Dawson) – ‘toothbrush’ guarantees Grace’s signature sound of utter pop perfection. Davies says: “’ toothbrush’ started so organically; I was quite literally brushing my teeth one day, staring at my ex’s toothbrush and thought to myself “I need to get rid of that”, and I did... And then ran straight to my piano and wrote the first verse and chorus.” She adds: “It’s so easy to throw away physical things that remind you of a past relationship - but there’s no way to get rid of memories & feelings. ‘toothbrush’ is the ‘getting over someone’ bop I didn’t know I had. I always thought it would end up as a ballad, it wasn’t until we started producing it that I realised this needed to be euphoric and anthemic. It’s sad AF but you can definitely throw some shapes to it (my personal favourite genre: dance cry).” ‘toothbrush’ follows on from Grace’s earlier original releases this year; ‘testosterone’ and ‘i met a boy online,’ which was played on MTV’s new series of Catfish UK. Grace also shared her unmissable cover of The Goo Goo Dolls ‘iris, which was impressively recorded in one take and featured in the 2020 finale of ITV’s hit show Love Island. 2020 marked the start of a new era in Grace’s career with the release of her successful debut EP Friends With The Tragic, hitting 10M streams to date and underpinning her reputation as a deft songwriter. Davies has received praise from the likes of MTV UK, The Sunday Times, Wonderland, Official Charts, Popjustice, DORK, The Line Of Best Fit, Euphoria Magazine and Girls Are Awesome. She has also gained support from BBC Introducing, BBC 6 Music, and BBC Radio 1 DJ, Danny Howard. Grace Davies establishes herself to be an all-encompassing musician and an undeniable one to watch, expect more to be announced from the fearless, young pop artist soon.

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