Debut Album to be Released on July 1st!
New Single and Video “Hell Of A Girl” Available Now!
Click here?to Watch “Hell Of A Girl”
Debut Single “You Don’t Own Me” feat. G-Eazy #1 at Shazam in?
15 Markets and Top 10 in over 90 Markets, ?
And Top 25 at Pop Radio On Over 120?Stations
“Grace is 18 years old, but she’s in possession of the voice and swagger of someone much older and more veteran than she” -THE FADER
?Australian vocal powerhouse?GRACE?is set to release her debut album via?Regime Music Societe/ RCA Records?on?July 1st. ?Grace released the video for?her new single today?“Hell Of A Girl“?available everywhere.?Click here?to watch it now. ?”Hell of A Girl” follows the release of her chart-topping debut??hit single,?“You Don’t Own?Me” Ft. G-Eazy, currently #1 at Shazam in 15 markets, Top 10 in over 90 markets and Top 25 at pop radio on over 120 stations in the U.S.
“You Don’t Own Me“?is a throwback cover of?Lesley Gore‘s?1963 anthem. Produced by the godfather?Quincy Jones, who also produced the original, and?Parker??(Nicki Minaj,?Rihanna, Jessie J, Ariana Grande), the track has not only has become a hit in the U.S., but also reaching the?#1 spot?on the official UK Radio chart, as well as topping all major U.K.?sales charts across the board. The single also hit?#1?and is certified double-platinum in Grace’s native country of Australia.
Grace made her U.S. television debut performance on the?TODAY Show. Earlier this year, she performed live on?The Late Show with Stephen Colbert?and?Live with Kelly & Michael.?She was also nominated for her first ARIA award for “Song of the Year.”
What the press is saying about Grace!
“Australia’s answer to Adele” – WWD?
“…with the EP Memo already out and a string of singles lined up that feature that amazing voice, there’s a lot more coming from the Australian singer and songwriter”-?TEEN?VOGUE
“10 New Artists You Need to Know….If Adele had a little sister from Australia….Grace Sewell is only 18, but she’s already had a Number One hit in her native Australia with a??fiery cover of Lesley Gore’s “You Don’t Own Me.” -?Rolling Stone