Listen to the track below!
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Australian singer-songwriter Grace Sanders is back, sharing her new single Attachment Theory. Alongside the release comes the announcement of the singers sophomore EP, Nothing Is Personal.
Co-produced with longtime collaborator Ezekial Padmanabham, the singer continues her genre-blurring sonic exploration, subtly weaving together threads of electro-pop and R&B with guitar melodies that leans into psych-influences. Sanders' mesmerising vocals float above a glittering soundscape, led by spatial percussion, that erupts into a feverish final chorus, creating a textural and layered climax.
Leaning into the current interest in the psychological theory that is attachment issues, the song explores the bond we make with others and the lingering emotions and mental effects once that bond is broken. "The way our relationships and breakups in adulthood can mirror some of those early experiences and become an avenue for reflecting on the version of 'self' we become in the context of 'others'." Sanders shares of the track.
Having shared her debut EP last year, Sanders has been working away on new music and establishing her presence within Australia's live music scene. Earlier this year, the singer hit the road with Great Gable on their national tour, and has shared the stage with the likes of Psychedelic Porn Crumpets, Grevious Bodily Calm, Tanaya Harper, Dulcie and Adrian Dzvuke.
Nothing Is Personal is out October 28! Listen to Attachment Theory below.