Gracie Abrams Releases Music Video For ‘Stay’ and Announces Her North American Performance Debut

Gracie Abrams Releases Music Video For ‘Stay’ and Announces Her North American Performance Debut

Up-and-coming singer/songwriter Gracie Abrams has released the music video for her spell-binding single, ‘Stay.’ The singer made her debut last fall with the release of ‘Mean It,’ a piano-driven, vulnerable track praised as “pure, sentimental, and undeniably beautiful.” You can check out that song and video here! Long before her first song was released, Abrams shared homemade clips of her songs on social media, which gained her over 200,000 followers on Instagram.

Gracie’s latest single, ‘Stay,’ has already collected millions of streams around the world since it’s release in November, and is currently one of the most played songs on Australian tastemaker radio station, Triple J. The diary-like visuals in the ‘Stay’ music video, perfectly showcase the raw emotion of her music, a pure and delicate sound centered around her beautifully crafted lyrics. The track was written by Abrams, and produced by New Zealand native, Sam de Jong. Peep it below and see for yourself!

In addition to premiering the “Stay” video, Abrams has also announced her upcoming debut North American performances.

June 2- Toronto, ON –The Drake Underground
June 4- New York, NY- Mercury Lounge

Tickets for both shows go on sale this Friday, January 24, at 10 AM EST. More dates are set to release soon, but until then, we will continue to stream Gracie’s latest single. We look forward to seeing what all 2020 has in store for this singer/songwriter.

What do you think about Gracie’s new music video? Are you vibing along with the song as much as we are? Let us know in the comments below or tweet us @TheHoneyPop!

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