Indie-Pop / Pop / Singer-Songwriter
At only 16, Grace Mitchell burst onto the music scene in 2014 with her edgy cover of the Hall & Oates’ classic “Maneater” for The Secret Life of Walter Mitty soundtrack. Shortly after, she released her first EP, Design. Her second EP, Raceday, was released in late 2015 and demonstrated her diversity as a pop, R&B, alternative, and electronic artist. Mitchell’s music refuses to be put in a box.
Mitchell has continued putting out grungy pop singles ever since her 2015 EP. "Kids (Ain't All Right)" have gained over 6 million views and are gaining more for her other singles. Grace Mitchell is continuing to fuse multiple genres and being a stand out in the pop world.
April 12, 2017 While headliners Kendrick Lamar, Lady Gaga & Radiohead need no introduction, there are numerous smaller print acts who are worthy of major recognition.
Author: Rachel Vensand
March 29, 2016 Newcomer Sara Hartman wowed us with her smoky vocals and catchy production on her debut single “Monster Lead Me Home,” so we were pumped when she dropped another tune this month.