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Grace Mitchell

About Grace Mitchell

Grace Mitchell (born August 5 1997) is an American singer-songwriter from Portland, Oregon. Signing to Casablanca/Republic Records in 2013, she began work on what was to become her debut EP. Design was released in October 2014, with critics drawing comparisons to alternative pop artists such as Lorde and BANKS. Her cover of Hall & Oates' “Maneater” also appeared on the soundtrack for the film The Secret Life of Walter Mitty.

Mitchell’s second EP followed in August 2015: Raceday expanded on the alt-pop sound showcased on Design and added elements of indie rock, punk and electronic music. “Jitter” was released as the lead single to critical acclaim, while “NoLo” became her best-known song to date owing to a number of sync placements. “Kids (Ain’t All Right)” was released as a standalone single in early January 2017 with “NOW” following in April. Several other singles (including “Cali God”, “Capital Letters” and the Ryan Tedder co-write “RIIICH”) were released throughout the remainder of the year.

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