Gracie and Rachel New Track Revealed by LADYGUNN, Self-Titled Debut Out 6/23

Gracie and Rachel New Track Revealed by LADYGUNN, Self-Titled Debut Out 6/23

Gracie and Rachel New Track Revealed by LADYGUNN, Self-Titled Debut Out 6/23

Gracie and Rachel are a study in duality: light and dark, classical training with a pop sensibility, Californians in New York. On their debut full-length, due out June 23, Gracie and Rachel pit anxiety and tension against an almost serene self-assurance. Like their stylized color palette of black and white, the duo's instrumentation appears simple and spare at first glance, but there's a powerful prism effect at work in their music that brings us back to the concept of duality: their songs are intimate and expansive, questioning and confident.

The fierce tempo and melodious violin lines on previously released lead single "Only A Child" create an atmosphere that reels the listener in to stay while leaving little time to settle in all the same. Today they share "Let It Out," a sweetly flowing, percussive song that questions whether or not we are more at peace suppressing our inner mind or letting it all out.

New album track "Let It Out" debuted with LADYGUNN today
and is available HERE.

The creative pair met in high school in Berkeley, California and reunited in Bushwick, Brooklyn, building out a loft to be their home and studio where they crafted this debut. The album plays in a chronological order that represents the duo's path forged to assemble this enthralling collection. Their journey through adventurous youth and cohabitation is evident on their self-titled debut full length.

To experience the band live displays an almost tangible quality to their deeply rooted bond. Be sure to catch them at a handful of upcoming summer festivals and stay tuned for more news and tour dates coming soon!

Gracie and Rachel on tour:

6/24: Windham, NY @ Blackdome Music Festival
7/26: Woodbridge, NJ @ Parker Press Park

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photo credit: Aysia Marotta