Grace Inspace releases new video for Watersource

English-American musician Grace Inspace has released the video for her recent single 'Watersource' out now through AWAL.  Watersource follows Grace’s recent debut release Tame Teens and introduces her “Protest Pop” sound. Produced by John King and featuring Jane’s Addiction drummer Stephen Perkins, new single 'Watersource' is inspired by the water-starved areas of California and continues the singer’s unique view of a world in decay, backed by spirited percussion and heavy bass. The video is the perfect visual accompaniment to the track.

Grace says; "I'm looking down the barrel of a rifle called the future, and it's informing my dating optics. From what I can see, water is wealth, so in this fairy tale storyline I'm gunning for a Sasquatch-type who knows where the clean water is and leaving out the old-school suitor with the 14-karat rock. In reality, however, I'm the big shot who knows where the clean water is, which is the good side of too much down time spent on the beautiful and lonely California/Oregon border. "

A drummer at heart but a lyricist and singer foremost, Grace plays drums and sings in a California trio Apocalyptic Kitchen. Many of Grace’s current songs began life as beats that she would play on her drum kit while singing melody lines composed “on long, unswerving double decker bus rides”. Her broad sound fuses electronic, country, hard rock and pop to create something that is musically unique and unequivocally memorable.

Grace has been working on two forthcoming EPs, produced in part by John King of the Dust Brothers and featuring Steve Perkins of Jane’s Addiction as well as Nick McCabe of The Verve, and will be announcing further music soon.  Look out for Grace and band Apocalyptic Kitchen live this September.

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