#FeatureFriday - Listen to Kate Gratson's New Anthem For Personal Growth, "The Girl You Knew" (EXCLUSIVE RELEASE)
Disguised as a love song for someone else, Kate Gratson’s newly released single, “The Girl You Knew”, pulls on all our heartstrings while revealing a wave of emotions fueled by self-reflection. Influenced by the modern works of artists such as Laura Mvula, James Blake, and Snoh Aalegra, Kate finds inspiration in their ability to weave production elements of electronic, jazz, and R&B - all which can be heard in this new release and her previous single “On To You”.
As her soulfully emotive voice keeps the listeners engaged, the relatable lyrics and catchy hook make this an incredibly addictive tune - with a meaning that may resonate with a lot of us.
“‘The Girl You Knew’ was the closest I’ve come to finding my voice. I’ve been searching for a sound that feels uniquely personal, but it wasn’t until I wrote “The Girl You Knew” that I knew what that sounded like.” - Kate Gratson
In a time when there is such uncertainty and crisis in the world, Kate Gratson’s journey of how she came to find her voice is an inspiration, and “The Girl You Knew” is our new anthem for personal growth.
Listen to “The Girl You Knew”:
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