I’m All Yours | “Graces” by Amy Steele

London Singer/Songwriter, Amy Steele, releases latest single Graces

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Graces is the first single from Steele’s upcoming EP Memories in Watercolour. This beautiful ballad expresses the deep feelings of holding on to the hope of a distant love coming back create anew. Steele’s angelic vocals covers the production beautifully as she professing her love and loyaty through the heartfelt lyrics.

“Graces is the memory of hopefulness in a new beginning. An exploration of the apprehension in being parted from someone, tempered with the wistfulness of hope.” Amy Steele

Listen to Graces by Amy Steele on SoundCloud Now!

amy steele, london, singer, songwriter, brash magazine blogAbout Amy Steele
Amy Steele is a 23-year-old singer/songwriter based in London. For the last five years she has pursued music in tandem with studying for a degree in medicine. Having had just completed her degree in 2015, now being Dr Steele, she has fully set her sights on realizing her musical ambitions.

After prior collaborations with US RnB star Mario and superstar rapper The Game, Steele is now in the studio working on her forthcoming album. Her previous single ‘Bury You Deep’ drew remixes from Gemini, Technimatic and Catch 44 after being premiered on Radio 1; she has since worked alongside Lenzman, Koven and Kartell as she solidifies her name in the electronic and DnB world.

With a growing fan base and a true passion for the music she makes, this is an exciting time for the young artist.

Twitter: @AmySteeleMusic


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