Christmas song favourite Noddy Holder said she was “Raw, intense, evocative”, and Amplify Music Magazine said she was “top-notch”. London's Grace Solero is ready with her new album Metamorphosis. Like the butterfly on the cover, the artist and her music show us how beauty can be created from anything. A run of singles from the record mixed by Chris Brown, who's worked with people like Radiohead, INXS, Muse, and Garry Moore, reveals a passionate and forward-facing songwriting style. With her brilliant band, Grace Solero fronts the sound that's already performed with big names such as Motorhead's Phil Campbell and Arthur Brown.
A rumble of distorted guitar opens into a blues rock riff. Punky drums enter to fill the riff which begins to sound incredibly grungy. Grace Solero starts to sing, her Daisy Chainsaw style cuts through the band in pin-point tones that kick the beats on each bar. Evolving lyrics and choppy guitars frame the progression through upbeat harmony and accelerating guitar work. A continual push of pulsing rhythm and forceful vocals adds a tingle of aggro to the emotional and passionate delivery.
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