If you haven’t heard of Grace Enger yet, we have a feeling you will soon! We were first introduced to Grace when she opened for Alexander 23 on the Aftershock Tour last fall. She absolutely blew us away with her music and her performanc! Grace Enger’s, ‘When It Was Over’ is about to spend the weekend climbing to the top of our on-repeat playlists. We wanted to take a moment to highlight Grace’s music (this is only her third release!) and emphasize how excited we are about her, as an artist.
‘When It Was Over’
How freaking cute is the visualizer for this song? We absolutely love it and how it pulls in the line, “The leaves were turning red and the air was getting colder/ I couldn’t tell if it was love or just October,” with the falling leaves in the background.
This track is all about that lingering voice in your head that can be there after you’ve let someone go. You get those feelings for them after ending things and start to wonder what it could have been and if you should call them up. Grace has a really poignant write-up about the song’s inspiration and creation on her Instagram that we recommend you read. She summed it up way better than we ever could.
Grace worked with our bestie, Alexander 23 on the production of this track, which we love. The production on ‘When It Was Over,’ along with her other officially released tracks, ‘The Cut’ and ‘The Neighborhood,’ is amazing and all three tracks are guaranteed to get stuck in your head. They’re catchy, vibey, and all too relatable. Grace Enger is really carving out her sound and her vocals and lyricism are out of this world. We absolutely cannot wait to get more music from her. In the meantime, we will fully be enjoying ‘When It Was Over’ on repeat.
You can support Grace Enger by streaming ‘When It Was Over’ here and be sure to check out the rest of her music! Let us know what you think of Grace Enger’s, ‘When It Was Over,’ in the comments below or drop us a line on our socials. We’re always buzzing about something on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook!
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