Rising vocalist Gracie Abrams has shared her new single 'i miss you, i'm sorry'.
The rising Los Angeles songwriter opens up as never before on the track, a nuanced, tender depiction of heartbreak.
Constructed alongside Blake Slatkin and Sarah Aarons, it's a mature return, with its textural balance shot through with real purpose.
Leaving little in the way of a barrier between her emotions and the performance, 'i miss you, i'm sorry' strikes deeper than most.
A layered piece of songwriting, the single comes with a softly shot video set in Gracie Abrams' bedroom.
Watch it below.
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