Sep 20, 2018
"I reached a point of feeling like I know who I am, and I know what I'm trying to do and I know what I'm trying to make and I am okay if people don't like it because I found the people that do like and that do need it and it means something to them, and those are the people I'm making it for."
We talk to folk singer songwriter Grace Petrie about her career from early records recorded in a day, through to her sixth studio album Queer as Folk which smashed every expectation for it's crowd funding campaign earlier this year.
It feels like Grace is at a real turning point in her career and it was a delight to talk through those early recording experiences.
Music on this episode:
Tom Paine's Bones (Queer as Folk)
Farewell to Welfare (Tell Me A Story)
They Shall Not Pass (Mark My Words)
I Climbed A Mountain (Love is My Rebellion)
Ivy (Whatever's Left)
Nobody Knows That I'm A Fraud (Heart First Aid Kit)
Northbound (Queer as Folk)
Black Tie (Queer as Folk)