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New Jersey’s Grace Enger shares a collection of emotive pop ballads on her new EP, ‘Well Here We Are’

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After falling in love with songwriting at a young age, Grace Enger has gone on to find immense attention for her solo music and gained a large following on TikTok through her original songs. Raised in Hoboken, New Jersey, the singer-songwriter has seen many musical successes since beginning to put music out in October of 2022 with her debut single, “The Neighborhood,” and followed it up by supporting Alexander 23 on his Fall North American Tour. Prior to this, she co-wrote the viral hit song “WYD Now?” by Sadie Jean, which has been streamed over 100 million times on Spotify alone since its release in December 2021. Additionally, she recently won the 2022 Abe Olman scholarship via the Songwriters Hall of Fame.

2023 has been a year of continued success for Grace, as she has been supporting Maisie Peters on her US tour, alongside the arrival of a stunning new EP.

Featuring pre-released singles “Bad Guy,” “When It Was Over,” “The Cut,” and “The Neighborhood,” Well Here We Are includes impressive contributions from Dan Wilson (Adele, Taylor Swift) and Alexander 23 (Olivia Rodrigo, Tate Mcrae). Across the whole project, Well Here We Are explores various themes, styles, and lyricism that come directly from the heart, making it an earnest, heartfelt collection of tracks that will resonate with many. 

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