The Acoustic EP is a stripped down compilation from a promising young artist named Gracie Mitchell. By young, I mean, she’s only 13 years old! It’s hard to wrap your head around it though when you listen to her voice. She exudes this beautiful deep vocals that you would think belongs to Regina Spektor or even Adele.
With a soulful voice, she sings songs about life, from best friends to mean girls. Armed with a guitar and some authentic songwriting, you’ll find yourself drawn to this young singer’s music in no time.
Gracie is currently based in Cottage Grove, Oregon. She’s still living like a teenager but at the same balancing a steadily blooming career. The Acoustic EP is her debut compilation.
Opening with Just My Type, the song is a gorgeous, laid-back cut echoing Gracie’s strong vocals. It’s a great opening single, setting the mood and tone for the upcoming tracks. Mean Girls, meanwhile, features a sort of open letter to mean girls everywhere. The song adds a nice upbeat touch and expressive lyrics. The young artist has a knack for stringing together words; creating raw lyrics that are worth listening to. Other songs worth checking out in the album include, Not Worth It; the fun and quirky single, Unconditional as well as Blue & Green.
If you love acoustic indie pop with a touch of alternative and country twang, then there’s a big chance you’ll fall in love with this one. Gracie Mitchell commands attention with her voice and songwriting skills; making you want to listen as she sings. It’s a great album to grab. Best part is that this one is absolutely free.
- Written by Valerie
- Published on February 9, 2012